Air Pollution and What You Can Do
This page last reviewed September 21, 2011
|In this area, we provide some background materials concerning the problems
of air pollution. In addition, we provide access to some documents which explain ways we can help reduce
air pollution in our communities. For more information, please contact Dimitri Stanich at (916) 322-2990.
|50 Things You Can Do
||This pamphlet shows you how to reduce air pollution.
to Cleaner Cars
||This DriveClean.ca.gov website guide can help you quickly identify the cleanest cars sold in California.
|Bicycle Awareness Program
||People choosing to pedal rather than drive usually replace short automobile
trips that are disproportionately high in pollutant emissions.
|| A buying guide for clean and efficient vehicles
||Resources to all Californians in order to reduce their environmental impact and take action to stop climate change. Realizing local governments, businesses, schools and individuals have different needs, the webpages are customized for each audience.
|Fact Sheets/FAQs and Videos
||ARB has produced a series of general-interest easy-to-read fact sheets,
"frequently asked questions," brochures, and videos concerning many aspects of our air quality
|File an Air Pollution Complaint
||Help reduce air pollution by reporting smoking vehicles or idling vehicles
or other general air pollution complaints.
|Glossary of Air Quality Management Terms
||Recognizing that our web site users might need some help in defining certain
air quality management terms and acronyms, we provide here a glossary of terms to help you help us clean our
|Indoor Air Quality Program
||The goal of the Indoor Program is to identify and reduce Californians' exposures
to indoor air pollutants. Learn what you can do to lessen your exposure.
|Flex Your Power
||Flex Your Power's website
is your resource for energy efficiency and conservation information. Find incentives / rebates, technical
assistance, product guides, and case studies. By reducing energy consumption, we all help to clean our air.
|Voluntary Accelerated Vehicle Retirement
||Help reduce ozone-forming emissions by accelerating normal fleet turnover
so that newer, cleaner vehicles can be put into use sooner than what would occur naturally.