In 2014, UCAIR awarded Provo a grant to help the city develop a “Clean Air Toolkit“. The purpose of this toolkit was to provide Provo residents, businesses and city leaders a centralized resource with information about what they could do help achieve the goal of clean air. In collaboration with Read More
Utah’s air quality affects more people than you might think. In fact, studies have shown that poor air quality can have serious side effects on the elderly, those with asthma and even children. Dr. Robert Paine, air quality specialist at the University of Utah, went so far as to … Read More
Many of us can remember a time when we sat in front of a fire, enjoyed some friendly company and felt the warmth of the flickering flames. In large part due to the good memories associated with wood burning, it’s hard to believe that it can actually have a negative … Read More
Winter is here, and with it comes cooler temperatures and increased heating costs. While we can’t stop the snow from falling, we can cut back on the pollution we release into the air. Especially during periods of inversion, reducing our homes’ emissions is extremely important to maintaining breathable air in … Read More
Executive Director Utah Clean Air Partnership
Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR) is a statewide clean air nonprofit organization created to help improve Utah’s air quality by empowering individuals, businesses and governments to take proactive actions to reduce air pollution, is seeking an Executive Director. UCAIR’s purpose is to effect positive change … Read More
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