Clean Air Hamilton is a multi-stakeholder group dedicated to improving air quality in Hamilton's community. The group is committed to improving citizens' health and quality of life through communication and promotion of realistic, science-based decision-making and sustainable practices.

Formed in 1998, Clean Air Hamilton works to improve air quality in Hamilton by:
  • Initiating research on air quality
  • Providing information and advice to all levels of government
  • Encouraging emission reductions from all sources in Hamilton
  • Promoting behavioural changes amongst individuals living and working in Hamilton

The 2016 Upwind Downwind Conference: Air Quality, Climate Change and the Anthropocene will take place on Monday February 22nd, 2016 at the Sheraton hotel in downtown Hamilton, Ontario.For details of the 2016 Conference please visit - http://www.cleanair.hamilton.ca/default.asp?id=42,
To register visit - http://www.cleanair.hamilton.ca/default.asp?id=45



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