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Murray Girl Scout address city council on radon gas dangers
May 30, 2022
May 30, 2022 04:41PM ● By Shaun Delliskave
“This really was brought up to my attention in my (West High School) environmental science class last year,”
Premier Youth Ambassador for Radon Reduction (CR3) program, which develops radon gas environmental advocate leadership and helps to build power among youth, is proud to announce our 2022 ambassadors who have been instrumental in promoting radon testing and mitigation. Three students in Pennsylvania and two in Utah who have been working on projects regarding radon air quality given the Radon Spotliht Award in 2022. CR3 will assist youth with their projects by connecting them to resources that will further their efforts to complete projects focused on air quality, associated health risks, and advocacy. The initiative offers students an opportunity to discover the aspects of clean-air advocacy that are most important to them, and to educate and engage their communities in this work. For more information on how you can get involved contact, CR3 at: email@example.com
The goal of the Premier Youth Ambassador for Radon Reduction program is to give youth the chance to bring attention and awareness to their communities regarding radon testing and mitigation. These problem areas are particularly salient to our ambassador students as many of them live in designated high-risk communities marked by high levels of radon.
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Brian Yang,16, a local advocate for radon testing and reduction in Center Valley on
Sunday, April 30, 2023. Yang’s work has allowed him to meet with local lawmakers
and do a research project on areas with high levels of radon in the Lehigh Valley.
(Jane Therese/Special to The Morning Call)