You are invited to the Clean Air Awards 2011 luncheon on April 15th, a top award for air quality and climate protection in California. The awards are hosted by Breathe California, now in its 100th year. I served on the Green Ribbon Panel of Judges this year and can reveal that the winners are fantastic. Our future is bright!
Clean Air Awards 2011
The Merchant Exchange Building, 15th Floor
465 California Street, San Francisco
Senator Mark Leno, Assemblymember Jared Huffman, Senate President Darrell Steinberg, Assemblymember Nancy Skinner, other elected officials
- CA Clean Air Awards
- Keynote Speech by Senate President Darrell Steinberg
- Reception and Organic Luncheon
- Jack Broadbent, CEO, Bay Area Air Quality Management District
- Emceed by KCBS Morning Anchor Stan Bunger
- Leaders from the business, government, and nonprofit communities
ABOUT BREATHE CALIFORNIA:
For over 100 years, Breathe California has advocated for clean air, fought against lung disease, and worked to advance public environmental health. Helping to stop global warming is a major priority for Breathe California because warmer temperatures caused by greenhouse gases lead to higher rates of asthma, respiratory illness, and lung disease. Breathe California currently runs education and advocacy programs in the areas of Clean Air Public Policy, Asthma Education & Management, Cigarette Smoking Cessation, Global Warming, and Improved Air Quality.
Heart of Green is a proud sponsor of this event. We are united in our need for clean air for good health and prosperity. As the winds of change blow, I believe that we cannot take the fresh air that we do have for granted and that we must remain vigilant in our quest for a healthy environment in which to live. We look forward to seeing you next week and please consider applying for the award next year!