Wildfire and firework smoke are more impactful to indoor air than inversions.
New study reveals the cost of air pollution for Utahns’ health and pocketbooks
A new study utilized a community-university partnership of nearly 200 PM 2.5 sensors through the Air Quality and U network. U researchers revealed persistent social inequalities in Salt Lake County schools.
Utahns, regardless of their age or political party, are becoming more willing to take environmental action when they know one key element: the positive economic benefits of change.
U researchers show why fire inversions happen and offer new air quality prediction tools.
This daylong symposium will bring together diverse perspectives on how to address Utah’s air quality.
With new apps to make it easier to participate, join the Clear the Air Challenge.
Throughout February, the U will compete in the Clear the Air Challenge to reduce the number of single-occupant vehicles on the road and reduce emissions from personal vehicles.
Discounted electric car purchase program extended through Nov. 30.
A group of U students take air quality matters into their own hands by launching an idle-free campus initiative.