Air, Water, and Soil Facts
We have curated the following slider of interesting and insightful facts from our network of experts and internet resources. Many include links for you to learn more. If you have a fact or tip you’d like us to include, send it to us.
You can protect your family by checking the air quality forecasts in your community and avoiding exercising or working outdoors when the unhealthy air is expected.
Trees increase property value of your home by 10 to 20 percent and attract new home buyers.
Cleaner air between 2000 and 2007 may have added 4 months on to the average person's life, according to one study.
Breathing in particle pollution can increase the risk of early death, heart attacks, strokes and emergency room visits for people with asthma, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.