The Tweaking and Twisting of an Atlanta Air Pollution Study

Creative Loafing (Atlanta) | February 3, 2005
Carbon, which is emitted by automobiles, was the only pollutant mentioned in a recently revealed study of Atlanta's air. There was no mention of the link between lung ailments and sulfur pollutants, which are emitted by coal-burning power plants - such as those run by Georgia Power.

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