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After a coal plant closed, children's health improved
by Sarah Kennedy
Yale Climate Connections Translate This Article
2 April 2018
On 2 April 2018 Yale Climate Connections reported:
Coal-burning power plants emit air pollution that harms people's health. So, when a plant in Tongliang, China, was scheduled to close in 2004, researchers wondered how the change in air quality would affect the health of children born in the surrounding city. Frederica Perera is the director of the Columbia Center for Children's Environmental Health. She studied two groups of children from Tongliang: one born two years before the power plant closed, and one born a year after the closure. The findings were significant.
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