A Community for Veterans
November 9, 2018
Hear a story how Habitat for Humanity is building a community for Veterans.The community, known as Megan’s Meadows, helps Habitat homeowners establish security and self-sufficiency so they can build a better life for themselves and their families. Habitat’s vision for veterans is to help them thrive by providing housing, employment, and financial education.
A Hopeful Future
September 27, 2018
We are partnering with the Mary Bridge Children's Hospital Clean Air for Kid's program to support awareness of how air pollution impacts asthma and to help provide solutions to the issue. Hear a families story about how their children are impacted and their hopes for the future.
Mentorship and Community Action
August 30, 2018
This Summer, the Service Board (tSB), a local non-profit centered on youth leadership and mentorship, had the pleasure of working with Puget Sound Clean Air Agency (PSCAA) to educate and empower tSB youth to take community action regarding air quality and environmental justice.
Air Quality Thru Tech
July 27, 2018
We partnered with RecTech, an internship program with Seattle Parks and Recreation that trains students through technology to better prepare them for college. The program helps students gain not only job skills but also life skills. From learning how to create a story board to the script, and how to work together and ensure all of the project is complete. One of the main sentiments of the program is to understand that all people are not the same so they way they work may be different from the way you work so respecting other viewpoints is a cornerstone of the program.
June 28, 2018
The Marshall Islands, are a series of volcanic islands and coral atolls in the central Pacific Ocean, making up part of the larger island group of Micronesia. The United States took control of the island during World War II and did a series of nuclear test during that time frame. One of the results of the Compact of Free Association – an international agreement between the United States and the Pacific Island nations of the Marshall Islands, the Federated States of Micronesia and the Republic of Palau, allows people to immigrate to the U.S.
Connecting with Community Through Service
May 25, 2018
On a typical mild and cloudy Friday morning in Seattle, people start lining up along King Street in the Chinatown-International District. The majority of the people in line are senior citizens hoping to fill their bags with ginger, bok choy, rice, and additional items the food bank has acquired for the day. Despite the food bank opening at 11am, the line begins to weave around the building long before the doors open.
Empowering the Next Generation with Citizen Science
May 22, 2018
We've worked with WILD, a youth program of the Interim CDA, to teach students about air quality, how pollution can impact your health and solutions to pollution. The latest partnership activities involved our Air Monitoring Lead showing students how to read portable air monitors so they can use a citizen science approach to their community's air quality.
How Can the Earth Day Movement Continue to Support Equity & Justice
May 1, 2018
Earth Day has been an international event and movement since 1970 and one of the most widely observed secular holidays. At the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency (the Agency), we try to live with the sentiment that Earth Day is everyday, so everyone, everywhere can breathe clean and healthy air. We also make sure we participate in something extra on this special day.