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Tuesday, 12 July 2011


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William A. Branham

It cost more to incarcerate than to educate! The Southeast has a disproportionate share of air pollution problems. Ten of the top 25 cities most polluted with smog (ozone) are located in the Southeast. The health and livelihoods of more than 36 million Americans living in the region are severely threatened. Pollution from dirty coal-fired power plants significantly contributes to poor air quality. The lives of nearly 10,000 people are cut-short every year due to particular matter pollution. This pollution causes ecological harm by inhibiting plant growth, changing the acidity in soil and damaging plants. Southern Alliance for Clean Energy

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