About Our Coalition - Clean Air California (2023)

Prop 30 is supported by a coalition including CalFire Firefighters, the American Lung Association, environmental organizations, electrical workers and businesses that want to improve California’s air quality by fighting and preventing wildfires and reducing air pollution from vehicles.

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Environmental and Public Interest Organizations

  • 350 Bay Area

  • ActiveSGV

  • Advanced Energy Economy (AEE)

  • Brightline Defense

  • Californians Against Waste

  • California Electric Transportation Coalition

  • California Environmental Voters

  • Center for Community Action and Environmental Justice

  • Center for Sustainable Neighborhoods


  • CivicWell

  • The Climate Center

  • Climate Resolve

  • ClimatePlan

  • Climate Action Campaign

  • Clínica Medica San Miguel

  • Coalition for Clean Air

  • Coltura

  • Community Environmental Council

  • Communities for a New California Education Fund (CNCED)

  • Council of Mexican Federations in North America (COFEM)

  • Courage Campaign

  • East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice

  • Environmental Health Coalition

  • FACTS (Families Advocating for Chemical and Toxics Safety)

  • Greenlining Institute

  • IE United

  • Jewish Center for Justice

  • LandWatch Monterey County

  • LA Forward

  • Los Angeles Metropolitan Alliance of Churches (LAM)

  • Let’s Green CA!

  • Move LA

  • Natural Resources Defense Council

  • People’s Collective for Environmental Justice

  • Plug In America

  • Progressive Asian Network for Action (PANA)

  • San Francisco Climate Emergency Coalition

  • Save The Bay

  • Schools for Climate Action

  • Sonoma Ecology Center

  • Southern Christian Leadership Conference

  • SPUR

  • St. John Community Health Center

  • T.R.U.S.T South LA

  • The Utility Reform Network (TURN)

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  • TransForm

  • Youth Leadership Institute

  • Youth vs. Apocalypse

Labor Organizations

  • California State Pipe Trades Council

  • CAL FIRE Local 2881

  • State Association of Electrical Workers – IBEW

  • State Building and Construction Trades Council of California

  • United Auto Workers Western States Council

  • Unite HERE

Editorial Boards

  • Bay Area Reporter

  • La Opinion

  • San Francisco Chronicle

  • Westside Chronicle

Democratic Clubs

  • Alameda County Democratic Central Committee

  • Alameda County Democratic Lawyers Club

  • Alice B. Toklas Democratic Club

  • Aliso Niguel Democratic Club

  • Auburn Area Democratic Club

  • Brownie Mary Democratic Club of San Francisco

  • Butte County Democrats

  • Cal Berkeley Democrats

  • California Democratic Party

  • CA Latina Democrats – Fresno County

  • Calaveras County Democratic Central Committee

  • Chino Valley Democratic Club

  • Clairemont Democratic Club

  • Clovis Democratic Club

  • Costa Mesa Democratic Club

  • Culver City Democratic Club

  • Democrats of Greater Irvine

  • Democratic Party of Orange County

  • Democratic Party of Sacramento

  • Democratic Party of the San Fernando Valley (DPSFV)

  • Democratic Party of San Francisco

  • Democratic Woman’s Club of San Diego County

  • Fresno County Democratic Party

  • Harvey Milk LGBTQ Democratic Club

  • John George Democratic Club

  • Long Beach Democratic Club

  • Los Angeles County Democratic Party

  • Metropolitan Greater Oakland Democratic Club

  • Monterey County Democratic Central Committee

  • Ojai Valley Democratic Club

  • Pacific Palisades Democratic Club

  • Placer County Democratic Party

  • Potrero Hill Democratic Club

  • Pilipino American Los Angeles Democrats (PALAD)

  • Richmond District Democratic Club

  • Riverside County Democratic Party

  • San Diego County Democratic Party

  • San Francisco Eastern Neighborhoods Democratic Club

  • San Francisco Women’s Political Committee (SFWPC)

  • Santa Barbara County Democratic Party

  • Santa Barbara Young Democrats

  • Santa Clara County Democratic Party

  • Santa Cruz County Democratic Party

  • Santa Monica Democratic Club

  • Sonoma County Democratic Party

  • Sonoma Valley Democratic Club

  • Stonewall Democratic Club

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  • United Democratic Club

  • Wine Country Young Democrats

Public Health Organizations

  • Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments

  • American Lung Association

  • American College of Physicians California Chapter Services

  • Breathe Southern California

  • California Nurses for Environmental Health and Justice

  • California Society for Respiratory Care (CSRC)

  • California Thoracic Society

  • Center for Environmental Health

  • Central California Asthma Collaborative

  • Climate Health Now

  • Climate Psychiatry Alliance

  • Clínica Medica San Miguel

  • Emphysema Foundation of America

  • Nursing The System

  • Public Health Advocates

  • Public Health Institute

  • Regional Asthma Management and Prevention

  • San Francisco Bay Physicians for Social Responsibility

  • St. John Community Health Center

  • Union of Concerned Scientists

Elected Officials

  • U.S. House Rep. Ro Khanna

  • U.S House Rep. Barbara Lee

  • State Sen. Lena Gonzalez

  • State Sen. Sydney Kamlager

  • State Sen. Connie Leyva

  • State Sen. Henry Stern

  • State Sen. Bob Wieckowski

  • State Sen. Scott Wiener

  • State Asm. Richard Bloom

  • State Asm. Isaac Bryan

  • State Asm. Lisa Calderon

  • State Asm. Wendy Carrillo

  • State Asm. Mike Fong

  • State Asm. Matt Haney

  • State Asm. Kevin McCarty

  • State Asm. Tina McKinnor

  • State Asm. Kevin Mullin

  • State Asm. Al Muratsuchi

  • State Asm. Robert Rivas

  • State Asm. Luz Rivas, Chair of the Natural Resources Committee

  • State Asm. Miguel Santiago

  • State Asm. Mark Stone, California Environmental Legislative Caucus Co-Chair

  • State Asm. Christopher Ward

  • State Asm. Buffy Wicks

  • State Asm. Lori Wilson

  • Supervisor John Gioia, Contra Costa County

  • Supervisor Karen Mitchoff, Contra Costa County

  • Supervisor Damon Connolly, Marin County

  • Supervisor Wendy Root-Askew, Monterey County

  • Supervisor Aaron Peskin, San Francisco County

  • Supervisor Hillary Ronen, San Francisco County

  • Supervisor Lynda Hopkins, Sonoma County

  • Supervisor Das Williams, County of Santa Barbara

  • Supervisor Susan Gorin, County of Sonoma

  • Mayor Marilyn Ezzy Ashcraft, City of Alameda

  • Mayor Steve Young, City of Benicia

  • Mayor Jesse Arreguin, City of Berkeley

  • Mayor Elizabeth Alcantar, City of Cudahy

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  • Mayor Tomás Oliva, City of El Centro

  • Mayor Karl Ory (Ret.), City of Chico

  • Mayor John Bauters, City of Emeryville

  • Mayor Eddie Martinez, Huntington Park

  • Mayor James Butts, City of Inglewood

  • Mayor Eric Garcetti, City of Los Angeles

  • Mayor Robert Garcia, City of Long Beach

  • Mayor Herbert Marquez, City of Maywood

  • Mayor Henry Lo, City of Monterey Park

  • Mayor Rich Constantine, City of Morgan Hill

  • Mayor Lucas Ramirez, Mountain View

  • Mayor Libby Schaaf, City of Oakland

  • Mayor Giselle Hale, City of Redwood City

  • Mayor Deborah Robertson, City of Rialto

  • Mayor Ian Oglesby, City of Seaside

  • Mayor Michael Cacciotti, City of South Pasadena

  • Mayor London Breed, City of San Francisco

  • Mayor Jack Ding, City of Sonoma

  • Mayor Sam Liccardo, City of San Jose

  • Mayor Al Rios, City South Gate

  • Mayor Pro Tem Jorgel Chavez, City of Bell Gardens

  • Mayor Pro-Tem, City of Imperial, Katie Burnworth

  • Vice Mayor Ariel Kelley, City of Healdsburg

  • Vice Mayor Neysa Fligor, City of Los Altos

  • Vice Mayor Chappie Jones, City of San Jose

  • Councilmember Melanie Bagby, City of Cloverdale

  • Councilmember Tessa Rudnick, City of El Cerrito

  • Councilmember Zach Hilton, City of Gilroy

  • Councilmember Graciela Ortiz, City of Huntington Park

  • Councilmember Colin Parent, City of La Mesa

  • Councilmember Al Austin, City of Long Beach

  • Councilmember Rex Richardson, City of Long Beach

  • Councilmember Curren Price, City of Los Angeles

  • Councilmember Dawn Addis, City of Morro Bay

  • Councilmember Juan Carrillo, City of Palmdale

  • Councilmember Denise Diaz, City of South Gate

  • Councilmember Dan Kalb, City of Oakland

  • Councilmember D’Lynda Fisher, City of Petaluma

  • Councilmember Gerard Giudice, CIty of Rohnert Park

  • Councilmember Sudhanshu Jain, City of Santa Clara

  • Councilmember Alexis Garcia-Arrazola, City of Seaside

  • Councilmember Jon Wizard, City of Seaside

  • Councilmember Sean Elo-Rivera, City of San Diego

  • Councilmember Dr. John Erickson, City of West Hollywood

  • Board of Supervisors, County Supervisor John Gioia, City of Contra Costa

  • Board Commissioner Secretary, Sandy Naranjo, City of National City

  • Board of Supervisors Member, Aaron Peskin, City of San Francisco

  • Board of Supervisors, Supervisor of District 9, Hillary Ronen, City of San Francisco

  • School Board Member, Melane Blake

  • Riverside County Board of Education, Board Member, Corey Jackson

  • Sonoma County Board of Education Trustee, Gina Cuclis

  • Board Trustee Rebecca Barrett, Contra Costa Community College

  • Trustee Daniel Dodge Jr., Pajaro Valley Unified School District

  • State Sen. Fran Pavley (Ret.)

  • Mayor Nick Pilch (Ret)., City of Albany

  • Mayor Juan Garza (Ret.), City of Bell Flower

  • Mayor Karl Ory (Ret.), City of Chico

  • Mayor Fasana (Ret.), City of Duarte

  • Mayor Kirsten Keith (Ret.), City of Menlo Park

  • Councilmember Mike Kasperzak (Ret.), City of Mountain View

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Government and Government Associations

  • Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG)

  • Bay Area Air Quality Management District

  • Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART)

  • City of Oakland

  • City of West Hollywood

  • Contra Costa County

  • Metropolitan Transportation Commission

  • San Francisco County Transportation Authority

  • Sonoma County Transit Authority

Community Leaders

  • Ed Begley Jr.

  • Rabbi Devorah Lynn

  • Jane Fonda

  • Ed Hernandez, Eden Health District Director

  • Basil Kimbrew, California Democratic Party Veterans Caucus Chair

  • Mary Nichols, former Chair of the California Air Resources Board

  • Christine Pelosi

  • Igor Tregub, CDP Environmental Caucus Chair

  • Danielle Vierra, Candidate Monterey Fire District

Issue Experts

  • Ken Alex, Director of Project Climate, Center for Law, Energy & the Environment at UC Berkeley Law

  • Roger Bales, Distinguished Professor of Engineering and Management at UC Merced

  • Martha Conklin, Professor, School of Engineering, member of Environmental Systems Graduate Group, UC Merced

  • Dr. Robin Cooper, Climate Psychiatry Alliance

  • Gil Damon, Research Fellow, Center for Law, Energy & the Environment at UC Berkeley Law

  • Jeffrey Kane, Professor of Fire Ecology and Fuels Management, Cal Poly Humboldt

  • Dr. Loraine Lundquist, Lecturer; Physics, Mathematics, Sustainability, CCalifornia State University, Northridge

  • Ted Lamm, Senior Research Fellow, Center for Law, Energy & the Environment at UC Berkeley Law

  • Karen Aline McKinnon, Assistant Professor, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA*

  • Kent Pinkerton, Professor, Department of Pediatrics at UC Davis School of Medicine

  • Carl Pope, Clean Energy Consultant and former Sierra Club CEO

  • Mary Prunicki, Senior Director of Air Pollution and Health Research, Sean N Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research

  • Katie Segal, Research Fellow, Center for Law, Energy & the Environment at UC Berkeley Law

  • Tamara Sheldon, Associate Professor of Economics, Darla Moore School of Business at University of South Carolina

  • Terry Tamminen, Former Secretary of the California Environmental Protection Agency

  • Staci Keithahn, California Nurses for Environmental Health & Justice

  • Levi Tillemann, author of The Great Race: The Global Quest for the Car of the Future

  • Dr. Pincetl, PhD. Director and Professor. Author of Transforming California, the Political History of Land Use in the State

  • Ross Zelen, Research Fellow, Center for Law, Energy & the Environment at UC Berkeley Law

Businesses and Business Organizations

*Organizations listed above are for identification purposes only.


What does the Coalition for Clean Air Do? ›

Mission. The Coalition for Clean Air protects public health, improves air quality and prevents climate change.

What is the solution to achieve clean air? ›

The most basic solution for air pollution is to move away from fossil fuels, replacing them with alternative energies like solar, wind and geothermal. Producing clean energy is crucial. But equally important is to reduce our consumption of energy by adopting responsible habits and using more efficient devices.

What is the objective of the Clean Air Program? ›

Goal 1: Reduce Air Pollution

5, ozone, and toxic air pollutants. Emissions from electrical generation and other industrial sources, unpaved roads, diesel trucks, buses and cars, including those idling for long periods of time at ports-of-entry, are significant contributors to poor air quality along the border.

What are 3 positive outcomes of the Clean Air Act? ›

The direct benefits of the Clean Air Act from 1970 to 1990 include reduced incidence of a number of adverse human health effects, improvements in visibility, and avoided damage to agricultural crops.

What does Coalition for Clean Air California do? ›

Established in 1971, the nonprofit Coalition for Clean Air (CCA) is California's only statewide organization exclusively advocating for healthy air. CCA is dedicated to protecting public health, improving air quality, and preventing climate change.

What are the aims of Climate and Clean Air Coalition? ›

The objective of the CCAC is to advance efforts to reduce SLCPs in developing countries in ways that protect the environment and public health, promote food and energy security, and address near-term climate change.


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