The hidden air pollution in our homes

The New Yorker

The hidden air pollution in our homes

These days, a “very unhealthy” designation for outdoor air is rare. After the passage of the Clean Air Act, in 1963, and the creation of the Environmental Protection Agency, in 1970, the chemical composition of outdoor air became federally regulated, with penalties for polluters. But this victory may be less significant than we assume, because, in America, we spend, on average, ninety per cent of our lives indoors.

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