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Rating: 5

The NTCAC provides an invaluable service to our community and has tailored its services to meet the needs of our area. This organization has strong volunteer support and excellent leadership. We are lucky to have such a devoted organization and group of volunteers working for cleaner air in our community.


Board Member

Rating: 4

The NTCAC is well run, resourceful and focused on its mission. The Board is active and passionate. And its sponsors and supporters are loyal to the cause. Overall one of the better groups that I have had the pleasure to serve.


Board Member

Rating: 5

No one is doing what the North Texas Clean Air Coalition is doing. We need organizations such as this to keep all of us constantly thinking about how we each can do our part to contribute to caring for our air quality. I am most appreciative of how they do their work, encouraging businesses and employees alike to make voluntary, meaningful changes to what we each do on a daily basis. Together we all can make the air we breathe cleaner. Keep it up NTCAC!!



Rating: 4

I've worked with the Business Outreach Committee of the Coalition for around a year now. I have seen this group steadily grow as corporate representatives come to the table to address local air issues. The Coalition provides valuable information on the challenges the region faces and links employers directly to the resources they need to take action. Personally, I would like to see the Coalition move towards a broader range of civic and community organizations, rather than a sole focus on business. Also, the organization has its origins in the ozone era and needs to widen its scope to address climate change.