Northeast States Center for a Clean Air Future


Northeast States Center for a Clean Air Future (NESCCAF) works to create effective solutions to critical clean air issues that harmonize environmental, public health, economic, and other societal goals through cutting-edge scientific research, policy analysis, and outreach.

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NESCAUM, a non-profit sister organization of NESCCAF, was created 40 years ago by the New England Governors on the premise that more heads are better than one. Recognizing that air pollution does not respect political boundaries, the air pollution control officials in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, subsequently joined by New Jersey and New York, pooled their intellectual and fiscal resources to collectively address the region's pressing air pollution problems.

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