Join Us!

River & SkylineAt the Cleaner Air Partnership, we think a little cooperation can go a long way when it comes to preserving the air quality that’s so crucial for the Sacramento region’s future.

Our business-health partnership can also be a source of invaluable context and guidance for your own external affairs activities. Here’s how to get involved.

Attend the Cleaner Air Partnership’s quarterly luncheons:
Our hosted quarterly luncheons feature panel discussions about the latest, most important air quality topics affecting the Sacramento region’s residents and businesses. Hear the air quality story straight from leaders and experts, ask questions, share your thoughts and ideas and gain networking opportunities.

Panelists have included the chairman of the California Air Resources Board, several State Assemblymembers, CEOs of major business and health organizations, leading-edge researchers, award-winning developers and many others.

Our regular audience includes 35+ top leaders and representatives from local government and the regulatory, business, health and environmental communities.

sawyer pics 026 - webAttend the CAP Technical Advisory Committee (CAPTAC):
This committee meets every two months to discuss legslative and technical issues in more detail and to capture input from stakeholders in the business, health and regulatory communities. It helps inform the Cleaner Air Partnership’s policy agenda and decisions.

These meetings have a casual, roundtable format and usually feature short presentations and discussions about hot issues, plus regular reports about regulatory and legislative activities. Learn the rationale behind local regulatory and political activities, stay abreast of legislative developments and share your thoughts with policy makers.

Our regular audience includes representatives from local air districts, the state air board, the Metro Chamber and local businesses, Breathe California and other health organizations, planning agencies like CalTRANS and the Sacramento Area Council of Governments and many others.

Receive the Cleaner Air News newsletter:
The Cleaner Air News is a free, electronic briefing that features the latest news and context about air quality developments affecting our region.

Get the scoop on new laws and regulations and their effects, legislative developments, key opportunities and positive actions as they relate to the Sacramento region’s air quality. Learn what’s happening, why it’s important and what you can do.

Subscribe to our newsletter here.

Become a financial supporter:
Sponsor a luncheon meeting or event, or pledge to support our work on a year-round or multi-year basis. Demonstrate your public concern and leadership about regional issues, health and the environment.

For questions and arrangements, please contact Adrian Rehn at (916) 325-1630.