SAN ANTONIO'S AIR QUALITY, GROUND LEVEL OZONE, & CLIMATE CHALLENGES
TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 2017
1802 N. Main Ave, San Antonio, Texas 78212
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
About this Event
The luncheon will feature a panel discussion on San Antonio’s Air Quality, Ground Level Ozone, and Climate Challenges. San Antonio is currently not meeting federal minimum air quality standards for ozone. Why do we have high ozone levels and what can we do about it? How does this affect our community’s health and what are the financial costs to comply with federal standards? What does climate change have to do with air quality, and what is San Antonio doing about climate change? Find out the answers to these questions and more at our upcoming luncheon.
Krystal Henagan is the Texas Field Organizer for Moms Clean Air Force, a community of moms and dads united against air pollution – including the urgent crisis of our changing climate – to protect our children’s health.
Mario Bravo is the Texas Outreach Specialist for Environmental Defense Fund. He works on air quality and climate issues in San Antonio. Mario currently serves on the Alamo Area Council of Governments Air Improvement Resources Advisory Board and recently joined the USGBC South Texas Region Council as our Advocacy Chair.
Ron Nirenberg has served as the District 8 Councilman for the City of San Antonio since 2013. As a councilman, he served as Tri-Chair of SA Tomorrow, including the city’s Comprehensive Plan, Sustainability Plan, and Multi-Modal Transportation Plan. Councilman Nirenberg also serves as Chair of the Alamo Area Council of Governments Air Improvement Resources Executive Committee.
Fried Chicken, Potato Salad, Garden Salad. Vegetarian alternative available.