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The City of Austin's Air Quality Program aims to promote healthy outdoor air for our community. We do this by teaming up with regional partners to address the air quality concerns that impact all of us. This effort is coordinated through the Capital Area Council of Governments’ Air Central Texas initiative.

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Whether you’re an established business or just getting started, the Austin Green Business Leaders program can help you protect the environment, save money, and make Austin a more livable place.

For Austin to be a thriving, equitable, and ecologically resilient community, it must have a healthy and just local food system. Growing, selling, eating, and recovering food locally creates jobs, strengthens the economy, improves public health, and reduces transportation impacts.

The Bright Green Future Grants program is a competitive program that provides funding for school-based sustainability projects up to $3,000. Applications are accepted annually at the start of the school year.

The Climate Program leads City efforts to address the challenges of climate change for Austin.

EcoDistricts offer sustainability strategies at the neighborhood level to address equity, resilience, and climate protection.

Are you working to address issues related to food, climate change, or resilience in your community? Discover how a Food and Climate Equity Grant can help you meet your project goals.

Applications are due by Thursday, July 18, 2024, at 11:59 pm. Begin your application today.