Air Quality Educational Resources & Events and Activities

AQAW Partners:


NASA studies air quality around the world from planes, space, and on the ground to inform decision-makers and improve weather forecasting. Join @NASAEarth on social media to learn about new and existing projects focused on the air we breathe.

Air Quality and Health


Asthma & Your Health

Citizen Science

EPA Air Education Resources:

State and Local Air Education Resources and Events:


Butte County Air Quality Management District

Take a FREE ride on the B-Line in Butte County, California on Thursday, May 6 and Friday, May 7 2021 as part of Air Quality Awareness Week. Shared Transportation (like buses) and Active Transportation (like bikes) can help reduce vehicle emissions!

  • When: Thursday, May 6 and Friday, May 7 2021
  • Where: Throughout Butte County, CA
  • Contact Information: Jason Mandly – 530-332-9400 x108
  • More Information: or on Twitter at @bcaqmd.
Imperial County Air Pollution Control District

In recognition of Air Quality Awareness Week and Asthma Awareness Month, the Imperial County Air Pollution Control District will be hosting virtual speakers discussing the importance of air quality and links to asthma. The speakers will be included in the May Binational Imperial-Mexicali Air Quality Task Force meeting, convened as part of the EPA U.S.-Mexico Border Program.

  • When: Thursday, May 13, 11:00am – 1:00 pm (Pacific Time)
  • Where: Virtual Meeting
  • Contact Information: Belen Leon,
Los Angeles Public Library

Program title: Air Quality & Wildfires
What do you know about the air quality in your home or neighborhood?
Celebrate Air Quality Awareness Week 2021 with Los Angeles Public Library.

Join our guest speakers from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Air Quality Team of the LA Mayor's Office of Sustainability to learn about the impact of air quality on our health and well-being. You will also learn about a useful and free tool you can use to monitor air quality in your community and contribute to important scientific research that can help improve the air in LA!

**Neighborhood Science (NeiSci) Tuesdays is a weekly program series to learn about and contribute to science and sustainable practices in and for your Neighborhood. For other upcoming programs in the series, please go to


Broward County
  • Contact: Monica M. Ospina, Environmental Planning and Outreach Coordinator
  • Air Quality Program
  • 115 South Andrews Avenue, Suite 329H, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33301
  • Broward County, FL

Broward County celebrates Air Quality Awareness Month throughout May! The topics and themes set by the EPA and NOAA are highlighted on our social media channels each week. In addition, 10 educational displays are located throughout the County to promote clean air. This year, we’re also hosting a live Facebook lunch and learn on May 13, 2021 to discuss the Air Program, also known as, #CleanAirBroward. We partnered with Broward County Libraries to host a virtual Air Quality Awareness Month celebration on May 21, 2021. We have weekly quizzes along with interactive content on our Instagram page. For the little ones, we did a special Storytime With a Scientist reading of “What’s Up in the Atmosphere? Exploring Colors in the Sky.”

Check out all of Broward County happenings -
Check us out on social media - Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram


Tennessee Air Quality Flag Program Spring Newsletter.
  • In this newsletter, you will find information:
  • Events & activities for Air Quality Awareness Week (May 3-7)
  • Announcements and updates
  • Various tools and ideas to implement the Flag Program at your site


Wisconsin DNR expands Air Quality Awareness week throughout May

Wisconsin DNR is celebrating how far our air has come! 95% of Wisconsin citizens live in areas that meet federal air quality standards. Due to regulatory actions as well as voluntary initiatives, many more Wisconsinites are breathing fresh clean air every day! This year Wisconsin DNR is expanding the AQA week messages and themes into an entire month! The AQA week themes and topics set by EPA and NOAA will be featured in multiple DNR social media efforts for the next 4 weeks! Wisconsin DNR hopes this effort will give citizen’s and staff more time to engage with the content.