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August 11, 2014 | Article

The Need to Fight for Michigan’s Dirtiest Zip Code

On April 27, 2013, thick, black smoke rose high above southwest Detroit from the flames at a nearby industrial facility. Three thousand residents were then ordered to leave their homes and evacuate the area. These residents are no stranger to poor air quality as their neighbors include a coal-fired power plant, a car factory, a water waste management plant, and the Marathon Ashland Petroleum oil refinery, one of 150 oil refineries in the country.

July 25, 2014 | Article

Port of LA Misses Zero Emissions Boat

The Port of Long Beach, California, has shown that the freight industry can reduce its toxic air emissions. It's time for other ports to do the same.

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