Unexpected ozone decision reduces potential nutrient reduction benefits – The Chesapeake Bay Journal


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Unexpected ozone decision reduces potential nutrient reduction benefits
The Chesapeake Bay Journal
A decision by the Obama administration to pull the plug on a stronger ozone pollution standard proposed by the EPA will likely reduce the benefits that Bay cleanup efforts reap from more stringent air pollution control measures.
EPA Is Longtime Favorite Target for PerryNew York Times
Government and Community Partners Launch Tonawanda Sustainability Initiative U.S. EPA.gov (press release)
Tonawanda Polluters Lent a Hand by Experimental EPA ProgramWNED
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