BREATHE's Annual Clean Air Awards
At Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails (BREATHE), we know how much the quality of the air we breathe impacts the lung health and general well-being of everyone in our community. Unfortunately, the Sacramento region consistently ranks as one of the most polluted metropolitan areas in the country - but there is a silver lining!
Our air quality is slowly, but steadily improving thanks to the focused and determined efforts of our Clean Air Champions - the people, businesses and organizations who not only recognize the importance of having cleaner air to breathe, but also go above and beyond expectations to achieve it.
Each year we collect online nominations from throughout our region, which are formally reviewed by our esteemed Blue Ribbon Panel.
The nomination period for the 2014 Clean Air Awards closed on January 31st. All entries were thoroughly reviewed in March, and the winners will be formally recognized at the 2014 Clean Air Awards Luncheon on Wednesday, May 28th. For more information, contact Jana Greenberg at (916) 444-5900 ext 217 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to our 2014 Award Winners!
Innovative Strategy Winner
Maria Contreras Tebbutt
Mutual Housing California
Paladin Private Security
Alice Birney Waldorf Inspired School
Business Environmental Resource Center
City of Rocklin, Public Services Department
Davis Bicycle Education and Enforcement Program
Nathaniel C. Martin, Energy Conservation Coordinator, Sac State
Pacific Housing, 2500R
Scott Syphax, Township 9
UTAPS—Alternative Transportation Initiative
UTAPS—Hornet Express Shuttle
Valley Farm Transport
Woodland Bike Campaign
Woodland Joint Unified School District