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March 5, 2014 | Blog Post

Burden of Proof

Louisianans take action to find out what's happening with their dirty neighbors—oil refineries—explains Molly Brackin of the Louisiana Bucket Brigade. Since 2000, the Louisiana Bucket Brigade has worked with communities throughout Louisiana that neighbor oil refineries and chemical plants, and are overburdened by pollution.

December 9, 2013 | Blog Post

Supreme Court Reviews Air Rule that Would Prevent Thousands of Deaths Each Year

The highest court of the land will hear argument in a case that is important to anyone with lungs. A vital air safeguard, the 2011 rule would require power plants in more than two dozen states to clean up nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide pollution that drifts across state borders and contributes to harmful soot (particles) and smog (ozone) pollution in downwind states.

October 10, 2013 | Blog Post

EPA Sued Over Outdoor Heaters Spewing Soot

Many Americans are looking to escape high heating bills and have found what seems to be the perfect solution: outdoor wood boilers. But they aren't as innocuous as they may look.

September 18, 2013 | Blog Post

Friday Finds: Pushing Clean Air’s Buttons

Tired of breathing dirty air during your daily commute? Just turn on your car vent's recirculation button, 'advises researchers from the University of Southern California.

September 9, 2013 | Case

Taking on Detroit Edison’s Dirty Coal Fleet

Earthjustice is representing Sierra Club in a challenge of Detroit Edison’s multi-million dollar modifications at multiple coal plants in southern Michigan that were executed without installation of legally required modern pollution controls.

September 5, 2013 | Blog Post

What is CSAPR Anyway?

CSAPR would identify the emissions within 27 states in the U.S. that affect the ability of neighboring and downwind states to achieve cleaner air. The rule would substantially reduce the adverse air quality impacts of these emissions transported across state lines.

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