Our air quality problem is visible above the inversion line and is physically noticeable when passing below. Utah’s air at times has been rated the worst in the nation. Our questions are: What can be done? What should be done? What can regular citizens do? What should the government do? During the first half of the show, Bo Call, manager of the Air Monitoring Center for Utah Division of Air Quality and Gerry Carpenter, a representative for Utah Transit Authority will join us. During the second half we discuss possible solutions with Stephanie Tomlin, program director for Aggie Blue Bikes and the USU Student Sustainability Office; Cherise Udell, founder of Utah Moms for Clean Air; and Jean Lown, Utah State University Professor of Family Consumer Human Development.