Physicians for Social Responsibility - Los Angeles will use community air grant funds to conduct community outreach about AB 617, support community participation in AB 617 process, provide technical assistance to community members, translate technical materials, and develop technical and community comments on projects. The funds will also be used to produce fact sheets in Spanish and English tailored to specific communities and trainings. Hand-held air monitors (Air Beam hand held sensors) and fixed location air monitoring pods (approx 12) equipped with electrolytic, metal oxides and infrared sensors will be deployed to continuously measure (at one minute intervals) methane, non-methane hydrocarbons, ozone, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide. Beacon Environmental Passive Diffusion Tubes will be used with each air monitoring pod to collect benzane, toluene, ethylbenzene, xylenes, and 1,3,5-trimethylbenzene and Purple Air monitors (approx 5) will also be used to monitor particulate matter. The fixed location air monitoring pods, such as U or Y-pds, are discreet air monitoring devices typically placed on a roof or next to an existing structure. Purple Air monitors are small devices, used in fixed locations to monitor air particles and can be affixed to existing structures or walls. Air monitoring locations will be selected after a community engagement process.