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Clean Air Action Day

It's up to each of us to take responsibility for the air we breathe.
Clean Air Action Day 2015 was on the first Friday of summer, June 26.

On Friday 6.26.15 North Texans did something extra for clean air. Whether you changed how you got to work, adjusted Friday night plans or started the weekend early with a trip to the lake, it helped reduce ozone-causing pollution.

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Take Action — Choose Clean Air

What clean air choices did you make Friday, June 26?

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Carpooled or vanpooled
Used mass transit
> Fare, schedule and route information
Biked or walked
> Bicycling and walking routes
Took lunch to summer activities or work
Maintained consistent driving speed by avoiding quick accelerations and hard braking
Avoided idling
> Engine Off North Texas
Combined trips or drove less
Reported smoking, polluting vehicles (#SMOKE)
> Regional Smoking Vehicle Program
Confirmed you were up-to-date on regular vehicle maintenance and state emissions and safety inspection
> Texas Vehicle Inspection Program
Considered an electric or other alternative fuel lawn mower
> Clean, green lawn
Switched to energy efficient light bulbs
Pursued energy efficient home improvement projects
> Home, green home
Chose a clean vehicle option if purchasing a new vehicle (electric, hybrid, natural gas, propane, biofuels, SmartWay)
> Resources and options
Used a vehicle-approved biofuel in your car (i.e., E85 and B20)
> Resources and options
Called for an alternative-fueled or hybrid vehicle if you went to the airport or around town
> North Texas Green & Go Partnership
Bought local or at places where less driving was required (e.g., farmers markets, walkable communities, etc.)
Encouraged someone else to make clean air choices on 6.26.15
Told a friend about Air North Texas and options that help improve air quality in the region
Commited to Be Air Aware the entire ozone season
> Be Air Aware
Other [please specify]


Share Your Story

Tell and show us more about what you did and why clean air is important.
Send comments or upload a photo or video about your commitment or Clean Air Action Day experience.

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Promote the Cause – Help Us Spread the Word

Link to us and we’ll do the rest. Simply copy and paste the following HTML code into your web page or blog to add the Save the Date button with a link to Air North Texas. 

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try transit to give your car a break and do something good for air quality. You also won't have to worry about getting stuck in traffic.




Schedule is another place where you can log an alternative commute, whether riding transit, bicycling, or working from home, and track how you are improving traffic congestion and air quality in North Texas.

ridesharing is also a clean-air commute alternative. Solicit carpool matches and vanpool interests through an extensive database of commuters who share similar routes and schedules


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