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Ozone Action Day!



Take a stand against smog tomorrow by joining in the Utah Sierra Club’s Ozone Action Day. With the EPA proposing federal rules to lower the ozone limit from 70 parts per billion, to 60-70 parts local greenies are making some noise for putting the brakes on smog emission in Utah and the rest of the country.---

Learn more about moves to battle smog tomorrow from Clair Jones of the Utah Sierra club’s Beyond Coal Conservation group along with Dr. Howard Garber of Physicians for a Healthy Environment and more.

Tomorrow, March 16 at the University of Utah, 200 S. Central Campus Drive, 10 a.m., 801-588-5888.