Every one of the 48 national parks with the greatest Clean Air Act protections are plagued by significant air pollution. Air quality in parks can be as bad – or worse – than in some major cities due to emissions from outdated coal plants and other sources of pollution. While progress has been made in reducing air pollution in national parks, pollution still damages air quality in all parks, most often during the busy summer season.
POLLUTED PARKS. HOW DIRTY AIR IS HARMING AMERICA’S NATIONAL PARKS.
by CVAQ | 01.07.2015