You know the story about a butterfly flapping its wings
and causing wind to blow a thousand miles away. It sounds kind of zen, but it’s true.
Clean air depends on small deeds every day from regular people like you. Simple routines like combining errands and switching to energy-efficient lightbulbs are ways you create your own square of clean air.
But it doesn’t stop there. Imagine what everyone can do together. Squares of clean air springing up everywhere. It can happen. It starts with you. Your little changes can grow into a larger movement that is blowing across our state.
Promoting a better quality of life
The ACOG Clean Air Committee proactively shares tips on reducing harmful ground-level ozone through traditional and new media.