Report predicts declining US air quality due to climate change
Summary: A new report by First Street Foundation predicts a decline in US air quality due to climate change, erasing 20 years of progress by 2054. Currently, 10% of US properties face unhealthy air quality, with 1.7 million more expected to do so by 2054. Climate change exacerbates smog and soot, with wildfires being a primary driver. Regulators must adapt to evolving threats, focusing on reducing greenhouse gases and managing wildfires.