Clean Air Caucus
Utah’s Clean Air Caucus is a bipartisan group of legislators who meet to learn about and discuss clean air issues and possible policy solutions. This year the Clean Air Caucus supported an unprecedented number of air quality bills during the State Legislative Session and came away with good new policies and record air quality funding.
Clean Air Caucus meetings are open to the public, but as it is not a voting body, meetings are not listed on the legislative website. Want to attend? Mark your calendar!
WHAT YOU CAN DO
Clean Air Caucus meetings take place monthly on Tuesday nights preceding Interim Session Days at 6:30p in the Copper Room of the Senate (East) Building of the Utah State Capitol Campus, 350 N. State Street, Salt Lake City (directions and parking).
Mark your calendar for the following dates for the Clean Air Caucus meetings:
- June 18th – Agenda includes several presentations on zero-emissions housing
- August 20th – Agenda TBD
- September 17th – Agenda includes a presentation on the effects of climate change on Utah’s snowpack and wildfire risks
- October 15th – Agenda includes a presentation with Dr Brigham Frandsen of the BYU Economics Department about the Economists’ Statement on Carbon Dividends.
- November 19th – Agenda TBD