The Clean Air Challenge (CAC) is an inquiry-based, hands-on science program being implemented by Agilent in the United States, China and India.
This multi-disciplinary curriculum allows teachers to educate middle- and high-school students about reducing air pollution through alternative fuel options. The program focuses on topics such as smog and ground-level ozone, and students have the ability to conduct scientific research on environmental issues that can affect their health.
Since Agilent’s inception of the program in 2003, the company’s investment has resulted in the training of 2,000 teachers, reaching 200,000 students around the world.
For more information visit www.cleanairnow.us.