Category: Community

Southern California Tribal Monitoring Network

Through the Southern California Tribal Monitoring Network, the Pala Band of Mission Indians is initiating a collaborative community-scaled air quality monitoring project. Air quality monitors measuring concentrations of nitrogen dioxide (NO2), ozone (O3), and particulate matter (PM) 2.5 and 10 will be deployed on the reservation, and real-time air quality data will be displayed on […]

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Lost Hills Air Monitoring and Emissions Reduction Project

This project focuses on identifying and evaluating air pollutants impacting the community of Lost Hills using a network of sensors that can continuously detect levels of ozone, nitrogen dioxide, particulate matter (2.5 and 10), methane, and volatile organic compounds (VOCs). The Lost Hills community is located adjacent to the Lost Hills Oilfield, a major source […]

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Arvin Air Quality Project

The Arvin Air Quality Project is being conducted on behalf of the Central California Environmental Justice Network to provide air quality monitoring and raise public awareness around the city of Arvin, California. Arvin was ranked by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2007 to have the worst ozone air pollution levels in the […]

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Community Support Projects

The Blue Tomorrow Community Support Project is conducted on behalf of community groups that are concerned with potential impacts from industrial operations in Ventura and Santa Barbara Counties. We at Blue Tomorrow provide science-based technical information, and partnerships are formed with stakeholders and various local groups who provide funding, labor, and other resources to support […]

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