Find out the good and bad revealed in the American Lung Association’s 2012 State of the Air report about air quality in the United States.
Read a letter from NH Senator supporting the mercury and air toxics standards that will continue the work started by the 1970 Clean Air Act.
Learn how the EPA’s new mercury standards will increase tourism and create jobs that will boost the economy in New Hampshire.
Read about the clean energy economic opportunities presented to New Hampshire and other states by the new carbon standards from the EPA.
Learn about the petitions being sent to the EPA by the Sierra Club of Maine and New Hampshire over pollution from Schiller Station power plant.
Learn how Sen. James Inhofe (R, Okla) is attacking the implementation of MATS (Mercury and Air Toxics Standards) so polluters can freely poison the air.
Read about a program in Boston that helped families reduce asthma triggers and properly use medication to avoid hospitalizations from the disease.
Read about mercury poisoning in New Hampshire waters and one mom’s confusion about legislators wanting to allow more pollution and dirtier water.
Find out what the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule is, who and what it protects and its status as it moves through the judicial system.
Learn about new proposed EPA standards that include decreasing the amount of sulfur in gasoline, leading to an immediate reduction in air pollution.
Read about a report encouraging the EPA to strengthen programs to reduce visible air pollution and haze in our National Parks.
Read an interview with Dr. Megan Sandel, an expert on asthma and air pollution, about how pollution affects the health of our children.