Do a little, save a lot!
The average adult breathes about 20,000 times each day. Both children and the elderly face a greater risk of being affected by air pollution, as do people with heart, respiratory or other ailments. Daily use of electricity and fuel contributes to air pollution. That means the choices people make every day can directly affect air quality and health.
However, Wisconsin has made great progress in reducing air emissions. Read about the positive impacts the Clean Air Act has on Wisconsin’s air quality in Change in the Air, a Natural Resources magazine article. Also, click a season below to learn more about actions citizens can take to continue reducing air emissions.
Choose a season and learn about saving energy and improving air quality.