A quick behind-the-scenes look at the scope of work AGZA does every day to establish Green Zones® and make communities sustainable.
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The City of South Pasadena is the first AGZA Green Zone® City in the United States. The American Green Zone Alliance (AGZA) will certify the groundbreaking sustainability achievement at a public ceremony on Friday, September 9th in the city’s beautiful Arroyo Park.
More than 4 in 10 Americans — nearly 138.5 million people — live in counties where ozone or particle pollution levels make the air unhealthy to breathe. Our 16th annual “State of the Air” report, released this week, shows the nation’s air quality has improved in some places — but not everywhere.
Quiet Communities' ED, Jamie Banks, PhD, MS, will present the results of an important air pollution report at the International Emissions Inventory Conference on April 16, 2015. Dr. Banks will present an analysis of the volume of air pollutants produced annually in the United States by gasoline-powered leaf blowers, mowers, trimmers and related lawn and garden equipment used by the landscape maintenance industry and individual property owners.