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Research Strategy for Air Pollution
Air Pollution & Greenhouse Gasses
Air pollution is composed of emissions and particulates that are directly hazardous to human health.
Greenhouse gasses (GHG) are mainly carbon dioxide and water vapor that are not directly dangerous to breathe but that cause impacts to human well-being because they cause climate change.
World Health Organization
Utah Roadmap: Positive Solutions on Climate and Air Quality
Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute (2019) At the request of the Utah Legislature, a 37-person Technical Advisory Committee prepared this Utah Roadmap to assist with legislative policy making to improve air quality and address causes and impacts of a changing climate.
Sources of Air Pollution in Utah (DAQ Annual Report, 2020)