Climate change is a growing concern globally as it does not discriminate between nations. Environmental degradation continues to accelerate as countries industrialize and economies grow. However, research now shows that as countries begin to industrialize, environmental pollution increases, signaling the start of economic growth. In their growth phase, the economies that are on the path of industrialization consume more non-renewable energy and disregard care for the environment. Environmental remediation occurs when economic growth reaches a threshold in which money made is reinvested into the environment to reap the benefits of sustainability. This paper aims to investigate the income-pollution relationship in the world's growth engine, the United States of America, to determine the correlation between the Environmental Kuznets curve measured by CO2 emissions and economic growth gauged by GDP. We use state level data from 1998-2019 to establish the relationship between air quality and income within the 50 states of United States of America. These regressions will determine the shape of the Environmental Kuznets and prove their validity within the country of the United States of America.