In the face of a dire drought in California, companies continue to use inefficient watering methods to control and reduce dust. Without massive changes to the way the state handles dust control, the Golden State could be facing an extra thirsty tomorrow.
Because of the inherently tentative nature of bureaucracy, it might be time to start reimagining ways to reduce carbon emissions.
The mountain town of Telluride, Colorado, tries out new dust control measures in the hopes of preserving local vegetation and valuable snow.
Herman Avenue in Lemoyne, Pennsylvania, has a dust problem, and the town’s citizens are eager for a solution.
Needless deaths occur when airfield dust is not effectively dealt with, as highlighted by a recent MV22 Osprey crash at a U.S. Air Force Station in Hawaii.