OPINION: We must look beyond diesel; our lives depend on it

We are living in unprecedented times. The heaviness is pendulous. The daily images are discomforting. Perhaps most worrisome is that the facts to support the emotions are real and sobering. Read More

The Street: U.S. Cities With the Worst Air Pollution

A recent article from The Street examines how American cities stack up when it comes to air pollution, and the results are not pretty. Seven of the 10 cities with Read More

HAA’s Pastor Smart’s Op-Ed in the Los Angeles Sentinel

In case you missed it, Healthy Air Alliance board member Pastor William D. Smart, Jr. authored a column in the Los Angeles Sentinel published over the weekend. In his op-ed Read More

Healthy Air Alliance Thanks California Lawmakers for Leadership on Environmental Issues Amid COVID-19

COVID-19 has posed significant challenges for policymakers in California. From the public health crisis to economic hardship, state leaders have had no shortage of issues to tackle. But amidst all Read More

Where We Go From Here: HAA Earth Week Recap

Last month, HAA was proud to participate in the #EnjoyTheEarthLA campaign, where we shared important ways to challenge ourselves to go green by incorporating sustainable practices into our daily lives.  Read More

Jim Kennedy On Why He Joined HAA, How We Can Fight For Healthy Air

We recently sat down with Healthy Air Alliance (HAA) Executive Director Jim Kennedy, who specializes in California environmental and health issues. His passion for environmental policy stems from his early Read More

Washington Post: The coronavirus is deadly enough. But some experts suspect bad air makes it worse.

A recent article by the Washington Post, “The coronavirus is deadly enough. But some experts suspect bad air makes it worse,” examines how air pollution may increase the health risks Read More

Grist: So-called ‘negative emissions’ might actually work, at least in California

A recent article from Grist takes a closer look at the decades-old concept of “negative-emissions power plants.” As scientists and policy leaders seek innovative ways to combat climate change, the Read More

California must pick up the pace on emissions reductions

California is leading the way when it comes to combatting climate change, but there is still more work to be done in the Golden State. According to a new report Read More

New York Times’ Interactive Map Depicts Air Quality, Pollution Inequity in CA

Earlier this year, the American Lung Association found that California is home to seven of the 10 most-polluted cities in the country.  Now, an interactive widget from the New York Read More

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