Recent chilly and dry weather conditions in the Bay Area have led to a full ten days of wood fire burn bans. Regulators say that wood smoke is the largest source of wintertime air pollution, accounting for 30-percent of particulate matter pollution in the Bay Area. We'll speak with officials about the bans and the quality of air we breathe.
Spare the Air Days This Winter
Lisa Fasano, director of communications and outreach at the Bay Area Air Quality Management District
Eric Stevenson, director of technical services at the Bay Area Air Quality Management District.