One of GASP's roles is to educate the public about ways to reduce air quality, to give updates about regulations and enforcement, and to offer solutions for mitigating air pollution (whether it be through political action, personal behavioral change, or a larger-scale community effort). Identifying, organizing, preparing for, presenting, and providing follow-up for educational presentations takes up a large amount of my time at the office. Of particular importance is finding a wider variety of people with whom we can network, i.e. low-income individuals, youth, the elderly, tourists, etc. It is also my responsibility to keep informed about the issues at hand and identify opportunities for others to get involved with serious issues concerning sources of air pollution and how they can help to mitigate these sources. A number of informational campaigns of interest are the wood smoke education campaign, the diesel/idling campaign, the Athletes United for Healthy Air campaign, and concern surrounding the Marcellus Shale issue in SW PA.