At the GASP office, Athletes United is in progress, including securing speakers and funders for the fundraiser, Having a Ball with GASP, to be held in October at the Sportsworks Center (affiliated with the Science Center); the second AU video is up on the GASP youtube site, and I just finished a grant requesting funding for AU educational programming next year. Idling education has begun as well, including contacting businesses in Pittsburgh where distributors often idle (so owners knowing the idling regulations would be helpful), or where truck drivers often frequent (i.e. Ritter's diner agreed to post the regulations). The summer Hotline recently hit the post, and GASP also conducted an SCA training with the Green Cities interns that explored a Port of Pittsburgh/GenOn vessel that received retrofits/repurposed or new equipment to reduce its diesel pollution as well as monitoring the air quality downtown at different levels and locations to compare and contrast particulate matter, CO2, NOX, and other pollutant concentrations. The Clean Construction bill just got passed in City Council!! And I've done a fair amount of video editing and filming at press conferences and environmental events to help publicize what's going on.