Indianapolis' air quality now considered "healthy"

Data: EPA; Map: Kavya Beheraj/Axios

Air quality in the Indianapolis metro area, as measured by fine particle pollution, has improved since 2012, Axios' Alex Fitzpatrick and Kavya Beheraj report.

Why it matters: Fine particles, generated from fossil-fuel burning and other sources, can enter our bodies when we breathe, making their way to the lungs or bloodstream and causing myriad health problems.


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