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Air pollution and you

Published February 2, 2013 1:01 am
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Everyone in Utah who complains about the air pollution right now should ask themselves: Have I taken public transit lately? Have I carpooled recently? Have I driven when I could have walked?

Do I idle my car to warm it up in the mornings? Do I let it run idle at the dry cleaners, drive-thru banking and fast food joints?

Did I plan my Saturday shopping so I could travel efficiently? Did I drive my child to school when she could have walked?

It's time for each of us to stop complaining and start changing our behavior.

Miriam Harper

Salt Lake City




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