By Seth Preston, Communications Manager, Air Quality Program
Although EPA’s plan to strengthen the nation’s health-based air quality standard for ozone levels has been delayed (Air Time, Sept. 2), there’s still movement on that front.
That’s because the previous standard proposed by the Bush-era EPA still needs to be officially enacted. This piece from the New York Times explains what’s going on.
And the Los Angeles Times offers this take on the science on ozone’s health impacts.
If you want to learn more about the basics of ozone, check out this Ecology video.