Science Seminar “Air Quality in the PNW and Opportunities for Students”

///Science Seminar “Air Quality in the PNW and Opportunities for Students”
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Our common activities are generating the bulk of today’s air pollution – exhaust from vehicles, yard and recreational equipment, and smoke from our chimneys and burn piles.

If we all made just one air-friendly behavior change – how we get to work, how we heat our homes, for example – collectively we could dramatically reduce emissions of toxic air pollutants and greenhouse gases. Together, we can keep our region’s air healthy and clean.

Presenter: Sara Harrold and Philip Swartzendruber (Puget Sound Clean Air Agency)

Location: Building 3, Room 102

Students wishing to register for Science Seminar may take it for credit as Ge Sc 190/1 (items 6096 and 6098 respectively)