Current Work

One of Clean Air Sudbury's largest initiatives is to produce Clearing the Air, a report on air quality trends in Greater Sudbury. This report is updated every five years with information collected from public databases by the Ontario Ministry of Environment and Climate Change and the Sudbury Sulphur Dioxide (SO2Monitoring Network. 

The most recent report was released on Clean Air Day 2016 (June 8, 2016) and encompasses data from 2008 - 2014. This report, along with a complementary summary report (provided in both French and English), can be found in the Reports and Presentations.     

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Clean Air Sudbury has a long history of supporting the Sudbury Regional Science Fair by sponsoring an award for the best project related to air quality and climate change. The 2016 winner of the Clean Air Sudbury Award is Eran Bursey of MacLeod Public School for his project on the effect of worms on the decomposition of food waste. Congratulations Eran!                   



Clean Air Sudbury is happy to provide free air quality and climate change workshops to classrooms in and around Greater Sudbury. These educational workshops are offered in either French or English and can be adapted to students from Grade 1 - 12. Specific topics may be requested to enhance current learning objectives.

Clean Air Sudbury actively seeks opportunities to educate the public through environmental events, conferences and trade shows. For example, in October 2015, Clean Air Sudbury gave a presentation at the Northern Green Leadership and Learning Conference at the Willet Green Miller Centre at Laurentian University.