Fighting for cleaner air isn’t a job for only a few people. We need all hands on deck. There are many ways that you can help GASP with a donation of your time, such as by becoming a Smoke Reader, writing letters to your newspaper, submitting comments to officials when new regulations are proposed, or even stuffing envelopes. Look to the sidebar for ways that you can get involved, or email firstname.lastname@example.org with ideas of your own.
GASP is Group Against Smog and Pollution
Group Against Smog and Pollution (GASP) is a non-profit citizens' group in Southwestern Pennsylvania working for a healthy, sustainable environment. Founded in 1969, GASP has been a diligent watchdog, educator, litigator, and policy-maker on many environmental issues, with a focus on air quality in the Pittsburgh region. Learn more about GASP.
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