It paints a picture of the many ways that factors such as the homes we live in and the quality of our air and NO CHANGE water are related to our physical, mental, and social health and well-being. [...] AIR QUALITY Air quality is the amount of pollution in the air Between 2004 and 2016, the amount of ground- around us, as determined by measuring the level level ozone has increased in both the residential Particulate Matter 2.5 of two common outdoor air pollutants, ground- and downtown locations but continues to remain 30 level ozone (O3) and particulate matter (PM2.5). [...] WASTE AND WASTE DIVERSION Waste and waste diversion measures the amount the amount of waste diverted through recycling in of residential waste that goes to the landfill that same period. [...] Per capita, the amount of residential waste 300,000 (combining both waste sent to the landfill and It is also important to note that the collective waste diverted through recycling and amount of residential waste, combining both waste compostable yard waste programs) reached a sent to the landfill and waste diverted through 250,000 peak in 2005 and has been dropping slowly ever recycling and compo [...] Reliable and accessible public transportation, safe bicycle and pedestrian corridors, and road quality are key factors in encouraging people to use alternative modes of The number of injuries and/or fatalities reflects the safety of road infrastructure and factors like the transportation on a regular basis.
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