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Apply by April 10 for funding of up to $1 million

The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced $100 million in environmental justice funding opportunities through two grant programs — their largest-ever investment in environmental justice funding! 

Eligible organizations working to address local environmental or public health issues in their communities can apply for this funding through the Environmental Justice Collaborative Problem-Solving Cooperative Agreement (EJCPS) Program and Environmental Justice Government-to-Government (EJG2G) Programs.

We can help you evaluate these opportunities and win funding for your environmental justice projects. Clarity has an excellent track record with government funding for air quality monitoring. Our partners are awarded more than a dozen grants through the EPA’s Enhanced Air Quality Monitoring for Communities program and numerous other grants through programs like the California Air Resources Board’s AB 617.

If you would like to apply with Clarity, fill out the form — the deadline to apply is April 10, 2023.
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US EPA Funding Opportunities

For Communities - EJCPS Program

  • Available funding to eligible organizations working to address local environmental or public health issues in their communities.
  • Eligible entities include a community-based nonprofit organization (CBO); or a partnership of community-based nonprofit organizations
  • Available funding to eligible organizations working to address local environmental or public health issues in their communities.
  • Approximately $30,000,000 of Inflation Reduction Act funding through 83 cooperative agreements
  • Selected applicants will be required to use the EPA’s Environmental Justice Collaborative Problem-Solving Model in a collaborative manner with various stakeholders such as communities, industry, academic institutions, and others.
  • Application deadline is April 10, 2023

For Governments - EJG2G Program

  • Funding at the state, local, territorial, and tribal level to support government activities that lead to measurable environmental or public health impacts in communities disproportionately burdened by environmental harms.
  • Eligible entities include partnerships between: a state and a community-based nonprofit organization, a tribe and a community-based nonprofit organization, or a local government and a community-based nonprofit organization
  • Approximately $70,000,000 of funding through 70 cooperative agreements nationwide
  • Application deadline is April 10, 2023

Why apply with Clarity?

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Clarity has a great track record with government funding for air quality monitoring, with our partners being awarded more than a dozen grants through the EPA’s Enhanced Air Quality Monitoring for Communities program and numerous other grants through programs like the California Air Resources Board’s AB 617. We also have a depth of experience deploying local and regional air quality monitoring networks with local governments like the Monterey Bay Area Resources District and community groups like Brightline Defense.
Deploy a network of low-cost air sensors in your community to get real-time, precise & accurate air pollution measurements.
  • Understand which geographic areas are most exposed to harmful pollutants
  • Communicate transparently & equally with each member of your community
  • Make data-driven decisions to mitigate the impact of air pollution in your community

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Grant funded success stories

San Francisco’s air pollution monitors being installed.

San Francisco deploys hyperlocal air quality monitoring system

As part of the California Air Resources Board (CARB) AB617 Community Air Monitoring Program, Clarity deployed a network in San Francisco, California with Brightline Defense. The sensors are installed near the city’s SRO hotels to monitor how air pollution may be disproportionately affecting low-income communities.

Installation of Richmond’s citizen air monitoring network.

Monterey Bay Air Resources District brings real-time, local air quality data to 20+ municipalities in California

The Monterey Bay Air Resources District is responsible for air quality planning, monitoring, permitting, enforcement, and public information activities in the tri-county North Central Coast Air Basin.

Installation of Richmond’s citizen air monitoring network.

Richmond launches citizen air monitoring network

As part of the California Air Resources Board (CARB) AB617 Community Air Monitoring Program, Clarity deployed a 50-sensor network in Richmond, California with Groundwork Richmond and Ramboll SHAIR. The network is used to evaluate pollution sources and hotspots in the industrial city, as well as engage community members in environmental education.

How can Clarity support your air quality monitoring goals?

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