The Future of Western Washington Air Quality Regulation

November 2, 2020 • News + Events, Puget Sound • Views: 1821

The Future of Western Washington Air Quality Regulation

December 2, 2020
11 am – 12:30 pm (Pacific)

Want to learn about current issues that are impacting air quality in Western Washington? This is the event for you!


The Puget Sound A&WMA Chapter is excited to present this virtual opportunity to hear the perspective from three different regulatory agencies on what is happening to continue to improve air quality in the region and what challenges the region may face in the future. Join our speakers for discussion of legislative and regulatory updates, state and local level actions to address climate change, agency communication challenges during wildfire smoke events, and how agencies are seeing their work change during the time of COVID-19.

Featured Speakers: 

Link to Speaker Bios (PDF document)


Mark Buford,

Executive Director, Northwest Clean Air Agency


Craig Kenworthy,

Executive Director, Puget Sound Clean Air Agency



Kathy Taylor,

Air Quality Program Manager, Washington Department of Ecology


Each of our speakers will provide a presentation of key issues and then there will be an
opportunity for the audience to present questions to our speakers. A moderator will
facilitate the question and answers from our virtual attendees.

Questions? Please email and we will get back to you.

This event is open to all! Members, non-members, young professionals, and students are especially welcome.

— Registration Costs —
A&WMA Member:  $15  (USD)
Non-Member: $20  (USD)
Students are FREE


Those who register will receive a weblink to the virtual meeting a few days before the event. Your registration fee helps to support the Puget Sound Chapter’s student and young professional programs.