Utahns care about air quality. In the 2013 Utah Foundation Quality of Life Index, survey respondents indicated that air quality was the most important thing that could be improved to increase the quality of life in the state. Further, in a 2013 survey produced by Envision Utah, almost all Utahns are willing to act to clean the air.
Utah Foundation’s newest research report analyzes the trends, science, health concerns, and policy solutions related to the two primary pollutants contributing to Utah’s air-pollution issues – ozone and fine particulate matter. … Read more »
Produced in collaboration with Intermountain Healthcare, the Utah Foundation Quality of Life Index is updated every two years to track how Utahns perceive changes in quality of life and the reasons for those changes. The second biennial Utah Quality of Life Index stands at 78.2 out of a possible 100 points, up one point from 2011. Although Utah’s quality of life rating improved, several of the issues most important to Utahns – public schools, job availability, and air and water quality – are viewed as having below average quality. … Read more »