Valley Public Radio’s series of live community forum events continues this March with a discussion about the future of air quality and the efforts to clean up the valley’s air. While great progress has been made in recent decades, the valley recently experienced one of its worst air pollution events in decades. As with all of our Be Public: Live events in this our 40th anniversary year, we will be focused on the future. In the case of this topic, that includes how changes in technology, government and society will impact the air quality debate. Will electrification of the automobile eventually provide the answer to the valley’s air quality problems? Will technology help agriculture and industry further reduce their emissions? How will the changing regulatory environment impact the valley? And how can this region balance job growth and employment diversification, while still improving the air we all breathe? Guest panelists to be announced at a later date. Check KVPR.org for details. The event will be streamed live on the web at KVPR.org.
“Be Public Live: The Next 40 Years of Air Quality” - a panel discussion featuring local experts moderated by Valley Public Radio reporter Kerry Klein
Wednesday March 14, 2018 – 7:00 PM
Valley Public Radio Broadcast Center’s Barmann – Chaney Performance Studo
2589 Alluvial Avenue
Clovis, CA 93611
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