Air quality has been in the news a lot lately, with wildfires raging through the west. But there are more issues with our air than the smoke we can see.
The average person is exposed to more than three times the air pollution deemed acceptable by the WHO — driving average life expectancy down from 74 to 72 years old, according to the Air Quality Life Index (AQLI), compiled by researchers at the University of Chicago.
PFAS, exhaust from cars, major corporations, and more are some other reasons for poor air quality plaguing our world.
Today we talk about solutions like leaving cities and staying on the west end of town, bringing plants into the home, and air filtration systems.