Thinning forests to reduce fire risk makes sense around structures, but is counterproductive in the backcountry
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Because Clean Energy Doesn't Come Out of a Smokestack
Citizens should be able to find out if EPA has health concerns about fracking chemicals.
Why is the State of Massachusetts offering incentives for wood heating when wood burners are already a major source of air pollution in Massachusetts?
Climate and waste-reduction groups ask US Conference of Mayors to reject incineration as "clean energy"
As they take action on climate change, the nation's Mayors must commit to zero-emissions energy goals.
Regulatory reform at EPA is a stalking horse for gutting environmental protections. Citizens must watch EPA's process carefully to ensure it doesn't give away the store on a clean and safe environment.