For more information about National Park Service air resources, please visit http://www.nature.nps.gov/air/.
UNLESS someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It's not. ~ The Lorax
What can we do about the air?
Protecting air quality, and resources sensitive to air quality, in the National Park System is a complex task that includes: active research and monitoring about the amount and effects of pollution in NPS areas; advocacy for pollution controls when they are likely to affect NPS areas; and education about the importance of clean healthy air to the NPS.
Learn more about:
- Oil & Gas Memorandum of Understanding addressing air quality
- Air quality health advisories
- Current weather and ozone conditions in 30+ national park areas
- The latest conditions and trends for NPS air quality
- Our efforts to protect visibility by commenting on Regional Haze plans
Other NPS Air Resources
Live photos and air quality information from 15 national parksLearn more »
Air Quality In Parks
Find out how air quality is affecting a park near youLearn more »
Guidance for assessing impacts of air pollution on protected areasLearn more »
Monitoring data are essential to learning about NPS air qualityLearn more »
Last Updated: January 07, 2014