Most and Least Environmentally Friendly States

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41. New Jersey
> Pct. of commuters getting to work by bike, walking, or public transit: 24.9% (4th highest)
> Average Daily particle pollution: 9.8 micrograms
> Renewable Energy Consumption as a Share of State Total (%) 2.1% (5th lowest)

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42. Connecticut
> Pct. of commuters getting to work by bike, walking, or public transit: 17.0% (19th highest)
> Average Daily particle pollution: 8.2 micrograms
> Renewable Energy Consumption as a Share of State Total (%) 6.1% (13th lowest)

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43. Alabama
> Pct. of commuters getting to work by bike, walking, or public transit: 10.5% (the lowest)
> Average Daily particle pollution: 10.1 micrograms
> Renewable Energy Consumption as a Share of State Total (%) 26.8% (13th highest)

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44. Illinois
> Pct. of commuters getting to work by bike, walking, or public transit: 22.0% (7th highest)
> Average Daily particle pollution: 10.5 micrograms
> Renewable Energy Consumption as a Share of State Total (%) 8.5% (17th lowest)

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45. Delaware
> Pct. of commuters getting to work by bike, walking, or public transit: 14.6% (20th lowest)
> Average Daily particle pollution: 9.0 micrograms
> Renewable Energy Consumption as a Share of State Total (%) 0.0% (the lowest)