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Tools for Organizations

Who's Talking

"People always ask why they should fuel after 6 p.m., and after we explain why it's important, they almost always commit to getting gas in the evenings."
Barbara Colegrove, RideSolutions, OH

Find the tools you need to build an air quality public outreach initiative that can help reduce traffic congestion and air pollution in your community. The Education Center is filled with how-tos for building and evaluating a successful air quality program, ideas you can use right away, and practical advice from public awareness experts. You'll also learn about success stories about organizations cross the country that've incorporated the It All Adds Up initiative in their outreach programs.

Build an impressive air quality campaign to reduce traffic congestion and improve air quality in your community using It All Adds Up commercial-quality Free Materials. You'll find print ads, billboards, flyers, TV commercials—even a One-Stop Spanish Shop with translations of many materials and resources for reaching Spanish-speaking populations. Plus, It All Adds Up materials are easy to customize. Just insert your organization's logo and URL on any of the materials you choose to use, and you've got an air quality message you can call your own! Here are some detailed instructions on how to customize It All Adds Up materials.

Link to air quality organizations across the country to learn more and find new ideas for public awareness programs to help improve air quality and reduce traffic congestion.

Updated: 8/5/2014
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