The Prince George Air Improvement Roundtable (PG AIR) is kicking off its second annual North Central BC Clean Air Forum today.
The two-day event is bringing in local industries and residents from across the region, as well as provincial leaders in air quality management.
A recent report from PG AIR suggests the City’s air is getting better to breathe, thanks to a 40% decline in dust from 2011 to 2016, but the organization is encouraging the public to chip in as well.
Tonight features a public information session on current air quality management trends for residents wishing to create a better environment, and discussions on how the community can set its own future goals in the field.
The free event will also go into in-depth detail from PG AIR’s Phase Three report, beginning 7PM at the Prince George Civic Centre.
For a full schedule of the Clean Air Forum, you can click here.