Qiling Wang, Deseret News
Attendees talk about air quality concerns during the group discussion session of the Dialogue on Collaboration event at the University of Utah's S.J. Quinney College of Law in Salt Lake City on Thursday, Dec. 6, 2018.

SALT LAKE CITY — The Deseret News recognized that air quality has become a big issue for the state of Utah and some parts of the country. We decided to look at solutions from across the globe to see how Utah could fix its growing problem.

Here’s a flashback to our air quality coverage.

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