Breathe Clean Air was in the news last week, commenting on the recently released study on air quality and meteorology in the Comox Valley (read our story on this study).
As noted in the article, “This study adds even more information and ammunition to [the fact that] we have a serious problem and we have to take action. Let’s stop studying it and start acting,” said Jennell Ellis, a volunteer with BCACV.
“We need political leaders that will acknowledge that we do have a problem and do something about it. There are lots of possibilities.”