During the winter months, inversions and air pollution can cause a number of health issues.
Chief Arvol Looking Horse visited Salt Lake Community College on Thursday, Nov. 10.
SLCC has installed three electric car charging stations to help the college go green.
Eco-activist Naomi Klein will discuss the affects of capitalism on our environment Nov. 10 at the Grand Theatre.
Eco-conscious students and adventure-seekers are invited to participate in a study abroad trip to Costa Rica next year.
Business Communications students and faculty celebrate a semester of hard work by planting trees at the Taylorsville Redwood Campus.
Students helped SLCC recycle over 1 million pounds of materials last year.
Inversions typically plague Utah because of its unique landscape; learn some of the consequences of poor air quality and how SLCC students can take small steps to reduce it.
The rise in temperatures during the cold months chills winter recreationists and businesses to the core.
While capturing some amazing landscapes in Utah, staff photographer Lindsay Daniels stresses the importance of cleaning up after yourself in the outdoors.
Utah’s smog problem is raising many eyebrows and several groups have banded together to battle the ever increasing problem.
Various environmental groups, musicians, artisans and entertainers will come together in a celebration of Mother Earth at Liberty Park on April 28 and 29.