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Category Archives: Environmental

Heat, Health & Equity: The Effects of High Temperatures on Health, and Ways to Mitigate Heat in Our City

Due to the ongoing drought and high temperatures, Salt Lake County’s health experts are warning residents to stay hydrated and avoid prolonged exposure to heat.

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Air Quality Is Better In Utah Today Than Ten Years Ago, But…

Join us throughout July as we think about all things air quality!

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SENSITIVE LANDS PLANNING: PROTECTING PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY, AND WELFARE FOR GENERATIONS TO COME

Sustainable land use practices guide development and preserve what makes our communities unique while protecting public health, safety, and welfare for generations to come.

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Wishful Locavore – We want it “locally grown” but how much of our food actually is?

Utahns overwhelmingly want more locally produced and consumed foods, but the fact is they’re not getting it. Public policy, climate change and population growth are all major factors affecting agriculture in the state. “Utah residents envision feeding their families with healthy, high-quality food grown in Utah. They see an abundance of locally grown products as […]

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