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Fighting climate change, air pollution with one swat

NYC incinerator
by Bill Chameides
Oct 16, 2012

I’ve just arrived in Moscow for a meeting — the subject will be soot.

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Oodles of nurdles not so good

Nurdles Found on Oregon Beach
by Bill Chameides
Oct 1, 2012

The sorry story of the nurdle.

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The Skinny on Environmental Links to Obesity

by Bill Chameides
Jul 24, 2012

New study shows pregnant mice exposed to diesel exhaust are more likely to have obese offspring.

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Jobs and Coal in West Virginia: Up and Down?

by Bill Chameides
Jul 18, 2012

An examination of the data in the Mountain State may surprise you.

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Testifying on America’s Climate Choices

by Bill Chameides
Jun 20, 2012

Climate gets a hearing on the Hill.

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As the Globe Warms, the Tropics Are Expanding

by Bill Chameides
May 23, 2012

Overweight Americans are loosening their belts; in Europe it’s been all about fiscal belt tightening. But what about the tropical belt?

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U.S. Acid Rain Regulations: Did They Work?

by Bill Chameides
May 10, 2012

U.S. acid rain regulations have worked. What’s more, they didn’t seem to get in the way of the country’s longest economic expansion.

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Organic vs. Conventional Farming

by Bill Chameides
May 3, 2012

Is organic farming the answer to our agricultural ills?

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Water Ills Focus of New Documentary

by Bill Chameides
May 2, 2012

“Last Call at the Oasis” highlights global water crisis but opines that the “glass is half full.”

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EPA Rule Co-Benefit: Less Natural Gas Leakage

by Bill Chameides
Apr 19, 2012

Here’s an update on our post on methane leakage from natural gas extraction.

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