#ThisIsCleanAir

CleanAir

Vote for your favorite photo!

We asked you to send photos of your clean air actions. Now, it's time to vote! Please choose one photo among the top nine semi-finalists by October 31. The winning photographer will receive a $50 gift card to a downtown Tucson business and their photo will be showcased on our website and social media.

Click here to vote.

Picture clean air.

What does clean air mean to you? What are some ways you help keep air healthy?

Stayed tuned for our next #ThisIsCleanAir conversation about how you help keep air clean and healthy to breathe. Your photo might inspire others and you could win a $50 gift card to a local business and a reusable tote bag made from recycled plastic! 

The Clean Air Program will host different challenges throughout the year, so you can have multiple opportunities to submit photos and see if other people's entries might give you new ideas.

Air pollution negatively affects the health of living organisms and non-living things, too. There are many sources of air pollution that result from our everyday activities and product choices. The good news is there are also lots of actions we can take to minimize air pollution.

Fall Challenge (Completed - Stay Tuned for Future Challenges)

Theme: Transportation

How do you travel in a clean-air way, navigating COVID-19 restrictions and the warmth of Tucson's weather?

Examples:

Save 80 miles      Still Biking     Inflating tires 
 Masked up & physically
distanced. Saving 80 miles/wk
    

Still riding and saving 55 miles/wk.

 
Keeping my tires inflated reduces 
fuel use & emissions.

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Tucson, AZ 85701

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