Our Objectives

We are a student-led organization that strives to improve air quality internationally by pursuing these FAIR goals.
Further awareness

Broaden public understanding of air pollution concerns and challenges.

Advance Science

Collect research data to accelerate progress in air quality education, monitoring, and regulations.

Institute Change

Define clean air standards by bringing actionable solutions to our communities.

Reduce risks

Collaborate with students and organizations in our pursuit of clean environments and healthiness.

Our Movement

We advocate for safe air as a basic human right and reduce public risks worldwide.
In 2012,
7 million deaths resulted from air pollution exposure.

Indoor and outdoor air pollution are scientifically linked to cancers, asthma, and congenital heart conditions affecting people every day. We focus on marginalized areas where the harm is greatest and technologies haven't reached. Air quality isn’t just the concern of a single nation, our fight calls for universal cooperation.

The Fair Air Coalition (FAC) holds monthly forums, shares current research, and partners with individuals and organizations striving to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals #3, 5, 7, 9, 11, and 17 by 2030.

  • 12% of cities worldwide comply with international air quality guidelines
  • 20% of total deaths in China are caused by air pollution

    That's over 4,000 people on a daily basis

  • 50% of premature deaths in children are caused by indoor air pollution
  • 90% of outdoor air pollution deaths are in developing countries

Our Team

We represent a multinational movement championing for cleaner air across the globe.
Pedro Piqueras
Native of Spain, Pedro’s currently pursuing a PhD in chemical and environmental engineering at the University of California, Riverside. His research focuses on the health and climate implications of air pollution.
Sarah E. Griffin
Strategy Adviser
Sarah has a MBA degree from Lynn University and devises strategic business development and marketing solutions for corporations and nonprofits. She strives to maximize FAC’s efficiency and impact worldwide.
Julia Tambovsky
Marketing Coordinator
Julia speaks three languages and has a MBA Marketing degree from Lynn University. Her talents enable FAC to reach diverse populations and communicate global health initiatives.
John Martocci
Political Affairs Consultant
John recently graduated from East Stroudsburg University with a BA in Political Science. His specialty aids FAC to navigate international government bureaucracies.

Our Global Task Force

We breathe easy knowing our international team provides reliable support for our communities.

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