New 1.2M grant that will establish a research center that addresses environmental health justice issues in SJV

In partnership with Little Manila Rising, we will receive $1,222,460.19 to address traffic-related air pollution and its health impacts in the San Joaquin Valley.The funds will be used to launch a mobile air quality laboratory and health assessment clinic; to deploy community air quality monitoring networks in Stockton and Fresno through the installation of 125 new PurpleAir monitors; and to establish a permanent community-university air quality research and clinical center at UC Merced.