Eye on New Mexico: What does our state's improving air really mean? | KOB 4

Eye on New Mexico: What does our state's improving air really mean?

Colton Shone
April 22, 2018 01:01 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – It's no secret New Mexico often finds itself at or near the bottom of several rankings its residents would rather the state be higher on. But there is one vital aspect of life that is garnering better grades this year: the quality of the air we breathe.


On this Earth Day edition of Eye on New Mexico, KOB's Colton Shone sits down with a representative of the New Mexico Lung Association to discuss what we are improving in while much of the country is trending in the opposite direction.

Also: What exactly is ozone, and the impact of the American Lung Association's grades on public policy.

Watch the above video for more.


Colton Shone

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