For Breathe California Sacramento Region (BREATHE), like many organizations and people, 2020 was an unprecedented year. Having never experienced a shutdown of this nature, we were not sure what to do last March 14, so we all went home and got to work, collaboratively and virtually, figuring out how we continue engaging the greater Sacramento region in the important air […]
Breathe is excited to announce our new project funded by the California Tobacco Control Program: Smoke-Free Sacramento.
If summer 2020 is starting to feel like a “dead end,” I hope you’ll join me in my own personal bit of inspiration with these hidden gems of cycling routes around the greater Sacramento Area.
The consequences of COVID-19 have not only changed the economy, but emissions levels too. According to researchers in New York (BBC) carbon monoxide mainly from vehicles has been reduced by 50% compared to this time last year.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic that began in 2019, Breathe California sought to share public health and air quality related news and studies about the pandemic.
“In a racist society it is not enough to be non-racist, we must be anti-racist.” – Dr. Angela Y. Davis
Welcome to our newest members of the Breathe Board of Directors! With the start of July 2020, we welcome four new members to our passionate Board of Directors: Samantha Hoshida, Mia Lopez, Dean O’Brien and Chris Flores.
This year Breathe had the opportunity to partner with Thousand Strong by offering a youth candidate a position on our Tobacco Control Programs team. In July 2019 we welcomed Kayla Willis to our team.
It is the Trek’s 2020 June Challenge, with 13 gorgeous rides in the Sacramento Area, and we are challenging you to join us!
Conversations about food waste traditionally focus on the sustainability of our food system, food systems are complicit in the same institutionalized racism embedded in so many systems in the US and around the world.