APIOPA Visits Canada: Receives Airbeam Sensors to Continue Youth Work!

By Kyle Tsukahira

Kyle recently had the opportunity to attend the 2014 NAAEE conference in Ottawa, Canada to participate the Global Environmental Education Partnership steering committee meeting with representatives from Japan, South Korean, New Zealand, Taiwan, Cambodia, Indonesia, Canada, and the United States. APIOPA would like to extend a huge thank you to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for bringing us out to the conference to share a little bit about the environmental justice air quality work we are doing with high school youth in the San Gabriel Valley!

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We’d also like to thank our friends from the Taiwanese Environmental Protection Agency (EPAT)for loaning 2 airbeam sensors to us so we can continue to work with the youth to gather data in their school and around their community!

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For more information about our air quality and environmental justice work please visit: http://www.apiopa.org/programs/environmental-justice/

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