UCAIR Blog

Ted Wilson on the Record

As the conversation around our air quality continues to gather momentum this inversion season, UCAIR needs to go on record with a few facts.

Utahns have proven over and over again that we achieve great things when we work together. Air quality concerns every Utahn, and there is a place for … Read More

Partner Spotlight: Provo Clears the Air

Most Utahns know that Provo is the state’s third largest city, with 117,000 residents. We have a picturesque location between a big fresh-water lake and gorgeous, towering mountains.
In the winter, however, we suffer the same short-term air-pollution as do other Wasatch Front cities, so in 2011 Mayor John Curtis appointed a … Read More

Partner Spotlight: Breathe Utah

Like many children, Breathe Utah was born out of a desire to fill a void. By early 2010, the organization’s founders had all been involved, in one way or another, in Utah’s air quality conversation, but they hadn’t found a group of people who wanted to approach this critical … Read More

Partner Spotlight: UTA

If you’re passionate about improving air quality, using public transportation is one of the best ways to make a difference. Fewer cars on the road means less unhealthy vehicle emissions in our air.
At the Utah Transit Authority, we know that not everyone has the same transportation needs. We offer … Read More

Winter Biking Tips

One of UCAIR’s main purposes is to educate Utahns about different strategies they can do to help improve Utah’s air. It’s easy and may save time to drive alone, but cars are major polluters during the inversion season.
Have you ever considered commuting by bike instead of commuting by car? Most … Read More

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