Many of Alberta’s air quality issues are local, both in their cause and the solutions required. Alberta Airshed Zones enable local stakeholders to design local solutions to address local air quality issues.
Starting in the late 1990s, Airshed Zones began to form in regions all across Alberta. Through this evolution, several stakeholders recognized that there was a need to establish a forum for both forming and established Airshed Zones to discuss common issues.
The Alberta Airsheds Council’s (AAC) first meeting was held in May 2006 and was facilitated by the Clean Air Strategic Alliance (CASA). The Alberta Airsheds Council finalized its Terms of Reference in June 2007. In 2007 and 2009 we hosted Airshed Zones Conferences.
To support and advocate for Alberta Airshed Zones.
Sustainable, credible and cooperative Alberta Airshed Zones.