Last Thursday's field trip took me to areas of louisville that I've never seen before. It's easy to get excited about the recent developments in the Ville, like the restaurants and housing built at Cardinal Town or the shiny new KFC Yum center. With state of the art accommodations popping up left and right, one has to wonder if there is any money left to clean up Louisville. Our city is known nationwide for air pollution. After visiting rubber town and the landfill site I wondered what has been done to help clean up these toxic parts of town. Thankfully, Louisville's recent community efforts have been helping improve our environment. Concentrations of the most common carcinogen found in our atmosphere have been lowered 75% since 2005.