October 6, 2020 
Reminder: Clean Air Day is Wednesday!   
Take action for clean air and fight climate change on October 7
Reminder: Wednesday is Clean Air Day, a statewide action to support healthy air and a healthy climate. 

Clean, safe, healthy air is a right. No one should have to live, work or play in air that is unhealthy to breathe. We need to continue to fight climate change, one of our most serious global threats, with impacts to our health, our economy, and nature. 

Clean Air Day, October 7, is a GREAT OPPORTUNITY to take action for both of these at one time, with an online pledge.

As Co-Chair of Bay Area Clean Air Day, I'm asking that you take the pledge by going to the Clean Air Day website and follow the prompts.

The pledge includes a variety of actions people can take to improve air quality and decrease climate-changing carbon emissions. Some are simple, such as planting an indoor plant or not eating meat for one day and some are more involved, such as swapping out your gas car for a zero emission electric car -- just like I did!

There are pledges for everyone, with special activities for kids and for businesses, organizations or groups.

I'm committed to continue this fight as a member of the  California Air Resources Board, and the Bay Area Air Quality Management District board.

Clean Air Day, organized by the Coalition for Clean Air, is a call to action! 

Please join me by taking a pledge for clean air Wednesday!

John Gioia
Supervisor, District One 
Contra Costa County 
11780 San Pablo Avenue, Suite D 
El Cerrito, CA  94530 
510-231-8686 Phone