Alliance for a Greener South Loop

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We’re Hiring a Community Liaison for Air-Quality Monitoring Project

The Alliance for a Greener South Loop is participating in “Shared Air/Shared Action” a new, EPA-funded project to monitor air quality in four Chicago neighborhoods (the other 3: Little Village, East Side, Riverdale).

This project will help us understand how the air we breathe in the South Loop compares to air in communities that have a history of air pollution and environmental justice issues. We will be doing outreach to educate folks about air quality issues and engage them by using volunteer citizen scientists to monitor air quality.

It is a great opportunity to build connections to people and communities around common environmental issues. We can join our voice with others to bring attention to problems and together explore plans and policies that can help address them.

To help get the work done, we are hiring a community liaison/organizer.

Do you live in Chicago’s South Loop? Are you looking for part-time work? Does your passion lie in environmental health and justice?
Do you have strong project- and people- management skills?
Is your schedule flexible for day and evening hours? 
Let’s talk!

Please send questions or resume to Info@greenersouthloop.com

 

 

 

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Alliance for a Greener South LoopThe Alliance for a Greener South Loop works to make the South Loop a greener place to live, work, go to school, and play. South Loop individuals, businesses, buildings, institutions, and city agencies work together so that we all “tread more lightly.”
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