Justinn Overton is the executive director of Coosa Riverkeeper and a yoga instructor. She believes that clean air, water, and soil are all interconnected and that every Alabamian has a right to each of them.

Voices for Clean Air is a collaborative initiative between Gasp and American Lung Association

Jim McClintock is an endowed university professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, aka UAB. He studies and teaches Polar and Marine Biology, which has taken him to Antarctica many times where he has observed the effects of climate change firsthand. He believes tackling air pollution is

Clifton J. McMillan is a chaplain at Children’s Hospital of Alabama and a pastor with the South Central Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. He’s a firm believer in the idea that we’re all in this together and that what hurts one of us hurts all of us. He sees the effects of air pollution

Rev. Mark Johnston is a priest in the Episcopal Church and executive director of Camp McDowell. He helped found GASP and is the current board chair.

Rev. Johnston has long been an advocate for clean air, health and the environment, actively pursuing social justice issues in Alabama. In Winston County