GJ City Council Candidate Questionnaire 2021

GJ City Council Candidate Questionnaire 2021

Which candidates will work to protect our air quality? We sent a questionnaire to each of the 8 candidates running for Grand Junction City Council. Four did not respond. Here are responses from the 4 candidates who answered our questions, and to whom we offer our...
March 2021 Newsletter

March 2021 Newsletter

Over the past several years the subject of using biochar as an alternative to agricultural burning has come up. Field and tree limb burning in the Grand Valley seems to be a time-honored practice, and there-in lies the challenge. According to the American Lung...
December 2020 Newsletter

December 2020 Newsletter

CCA would like to thank all of you who contributed in many ways this past year to create a healthier community, despite the obvious challenges. We invite you to continue the work with us into the new year. But first, a quick review of what we accomplished together:...
October 2020 Newsletter

October 2020 Newsletter

CCA contacted local and state candidates with questions about air quality issues, making every effort to include all candidates, regardless of party affiliation. Thank you to those who participated! Following is a sampling of their responses. Read full newsletter...
INDOORS: WHAT YOU CAN DO TO ENSURE CLEANER AIR DURING WILDFIRE AND OTHER SMOKE EVENTS

We’ve worked hard for clean air, but there’s more to be done

Published 10-4-2020, The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel Since 2013, Citizens for Clean Air (CCA) has studied the range of potential air pollutants in Mesa County, of which residential and agricultural burning are just a part. Our work is driven by science as well as...

Newsletter June 2020

It is hard to process the changes that have taken place since our March Newsletter. The world has been thrust into a state of bewilderment, social upheaval, and most importantly perhaps: opportunity. CCA has not lost sight of our mission to research the causes and...

Newsletter March 2020

Desperate Times Call for Common Sense Measures—Open Burning  Many of us are over 60, the high risk group for COVID-19. Others have underlying health issues that make us even more vulnerable. Some are practicing self-quarantine. Hopefully each of us is using social...