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'Willful ignorance' remains the Donora Smog's lasting fallout

For many, the Donora smog is a curiosity — a one-off, historic event. That perspective is short-sighted, says author Andy McPhee.
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Nearly everyone is exposed to unhealthy levels of tiny air pollutants, study says

“Almost no one is safe from air pollution,” Yuming Guo, the lead author of the study, told The Washington Post.
Wood-burning stoves raise new health concerns

Wood-burning stoves raise new health concerns

Officials increasingly treat woodsmoke pollution as a public health and environmental justice issue, despite opposition.
Connecticut experts offer tips to help cut wood-smoke pollution from fireplaces, stoves
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Connecticut experts offer tips to help cut wood-smoke pollution from fireplaces, stoves

There's nothing like a cozy wood fire on a cold winter night, but state experts say people need to use “best burn" precautions to limit wood smoke pollution.

To cut air pollution, Krakow targets coal and wood

To cut air pollution, Krakow targets coal and wood

In a city where coal and wood are commonly used to heat homes, forcing change is a meaningful step to help clear the air—but more challenges remain.
California approves plan to clean up Central Valley's toxic air

California approves plan to clean up Central Valley's toxic air

A new plan approved by California air quality officials to clean up the air pollution plaguing the San Joaquin Valley moves on to the EPA for approval.
Wood heater makers push back against tighter pollution rules
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Wood heater makers push back against tighter pollution rules

Health experts warn the units pollute too much. The industry warns tighter EPA standards will force higher costs on consumers.

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