The Ontario Clean Air Alliance (OCAA) was formed in August 1997. The OCAA is a diverse, multi-stakeholder coalition of seventy-eight organizations. Members include cities, health associations, environmental and public interest groups, public utilities, unions, faith communities and individuals. The OCAA's goal is to achieve the complete phase-out of Ontario Power Generation's coal-fired power plants by 2010 or sooner. Their four-pronged strategy to phase-out coal consists of a ban on non-emergency coal-fired electricity exports, energy conservation, renewable energy and the use of natural gas as a transition fuel for electricity generation. This website will provide you with information about their members, resources and recommendations. You will also find media clippings about air pollution issues, the OCAA's public opinion polling results and details about how you can get involved in the OCAA.