every time i curse the small particulates ("CURSE you PM 2.5!") Ollie reminds me why inversions are a blessing.
HUH? a blessing?
excerpt from a letter Oliver wrote to our officials:
Our inversions ought to be considered a blessing, reminding us that we are responsible for what we put into our air, a call to behave ethically. As a community, we need to be dis-incentivising pollution, and rewarding those who choose not to waste. There is no accountability for those who pollute indiscriminately and affect adversely the well-being of all of us along the Wasatch Front. The young among us suffer disproportionately, and because their suffering manifests itself slowly, they and their families are left with the burden and cost of treating it, often without help. This needs to change, and you can do something about it. Do not leave office without changing our course towards a future with clear skies.
holding one of the signs my best friend sus made for a recent very packed hearing with the department of air quality.
Please join these awesome super moms in taking a proactive stand for clean air.
keep breathing... even if you do visit their website and find out the dreadful air quality data.