Heal Utah: Clear the Air Challenge

Heal Utah: Clear the Air Challenge

Jessica Reimer – HEAL Utah

Jessica Reimer works as a policy associate for HEAL Utah focusing on air quality. According to data and information from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Utah ranks among the highest producers of toxic chemicals in the United State.

Jessica looks at the policies for cleaning the air, and suggests what we as citizens can do to help. She’s participating in the upcoming 2018 legislature in Utah, explains what changes they’re pushing for this year, and how you can get involved.

You can also take the Clear The Air Challenge, simply by turning off your car instead of idling when bringing kids to and from school. It’s small actions like these that will go a long way towards helping our planet!


Heal Utah – http://www.healutah.org/

Utah Legislature – https://le.utah.gov/

Clear The Air Challenge – https://slchamber.com/clear-the-air-challenge-kickoff/




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