Teachers Lesson Plan
CRAZ has developed a teacher’s lesson plan that involves students conducting an air quality experiment, graphing their results and creating their own invention to clean the air. Students will understand how air quality can be impacted and how air quality impacts their health. They will also learn how air pollution relates to climate change and identify actions they can take to reduce air pollution.
Grade level and Curriculum link: Grade 5 Science, Investigate relationships between weather phenomena and human activity. Recognize human actions can affect climate and identify human actions linked to the greenhouse effect.
CRAZ will also provide your school with all the materials needed to run this lesson plan!
CRAZ also gives Grade 5 students a free presentation on air quality, and as a little surprise we will bring your school an Idle Free Zone, Turn Engine Off sign to display at your school.
Dirty Sock Challenge
Want a fun challenge for your co-workers? Try the dirty sock challenge! Check what is coming out of your vehicles tailpipe and compare.
Workplace Commuter Options
CRAZ has developed this toolkit to help organizations foster a more efficient, healthy, and environmentally responsible way for their employees to travel to and from work. This document provides direction and resources that will help you develop a Commuter Options Program for your work place.
Community Commuter Options
CRAZ has developed a toolkit that can be used in your communities to help identify and solve the barriers that are keeping community members from using a more efficient, healthy and environmentally way to travel around your community.
For Media Release
CRAZ is a leading source of air quality in the City of Calgary and its surrounding communities. With real time data and specialized staff, CRAZ can guarantee to provide up to date information on what is happening with the air quality at any moment. CRAZ Air Quality Manager, Mandeep Dhaliwal is available to answer questions, give live interviews or tour media of the Ambient Air Monitoring Station on request.
CRAZ has developed toolkits for commuter options, idle-free campaigns, and school “Clean Air” strategies.
CRAZ is an organization that has been set up in partnership with municipal and provincial governments, the public and not for profit sector, and with industry to monitor and manage air quality in the City of Calgary and surrounding communities.
Visit the CRAZ website daily for the Air Quality Health Index, the AQHI provides a number form 1 – 10+ to indicate the level of health risk associated with local air quality.
For more information or questions on the Calgary Region Airshed Zone please email Tanya at Tanya.firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 403-968-5522.