During the warmest summer months, Salt Lake City experiences poor air quality due to ozone pollution.
This helpful graphic from the Utah Clean Air Partnership – UCAIR outlines how ozone is formed, and what we can do to reduce our impact.
Learn more at UCAIR.org.
(Don’t forget to drive less this July with the Clear the Air Challenge. Track your impact and win prizes – it’s fun!)
‘Tis the season for New Years Resolutions.
While you’re revisiting resolutions to exercise, eat healthy and spend more time with those you love (a great way to start the new year!), consider making one more resolution — to help clear the air.
Through the winter Care to Clear the Air project (2010-2012), a series of videos captured the stories of residents making a resolution to limit their impact on air quality by driving less.
Watch the videos below to hear from people that have done everything from moving closer to where they work, to biking, carpooling and taking public transit.
Their stories will inspire you to make your own resolution to help clear the air!
Kyle LaMalfa shares his commitment to take public transit.
Winter inversion season is here (collective sigh) and the Salt Lake Valley is currently in the grips of it’s first official inversion.
While periods of poor air quality can feel overwhelming, we’re here to offer five simple things you can do to limit your impact and protect your health. As we all know, whatever we put into the air during an inversion, we’re stuck with. So every little bit helps! Read more