Entries by Lars Larson

Utah Clean Cities Fuels National Discussion on Clean Transportation

By Tammie Bostick-Cooper, Executive Director, Utah Clean Cities Each year, the Energy Independence Summit hosts various Clean Cities organizations and their stakeholders for a week of congressional networking and education. Utah Clean Cities is a familiar presence at this national event and has traditionally received a warm welcome of support from Utah’s six congressional offices and […]

Idling Gets Us Nowhere Fast!

by Tammie Bostick Cooper, Executive Director Students at Jefferson Junior High School in Kearns decorate Idle-Free signs to remind everybody that their school is an Idle-Free Zone Ten years ago, my niece came to my mountain home and announced her class was campaigning to stop the dirty, old school buses from idling at her Morningside Elementary […]

Air Quality: Turn Your Key, Be Idle Free

by Robin Erickson, Executive Director – September 14, 2015 You may be familiar with the slogan “Turn Your Key, Be Idle Free,” but do you know where it all started? Hopefully, when posed with this question, you can envision all of the places you have seen the nifty Idle Free Utah logo: the bank drive-thru, […]