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Hyperlinks to Articles of Interest March 2015

February 28, 2015

spectator.co.uk My wood-burning stove is expensive, trendy – and miserable


newsminer.com Fairbanks-area residents asked to refrain from open burning as state air quality rules start Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly adds money to stove changeout program


thehill.com House likely to vote on EPA ‘secret science’ bill


fresnobee.com New wood-burning rules: Less smoke, possibly more confusion


alaskapublic.org Fairbanks Assembly OKs Air-Quality Ordinance; Dissenter Predicts Voter Backlash


thefranklinnewspost.com Senate passes wood heater legislation


junkscience.com Federal judge trashes EPA compliance, attitude on Freedom of Information Act


sltrib.com Clean-air groups band together to denounce lawmakers’ ‘lame excuses’ Lawmakers push back against proposed ban on burning in Utah; critics say they’re rolling back clean-air protections Op-ed: Legislative session has been a clean-air disaster


pqbnews.com EDITORIAL: Burning issues


stuff.co.nz Open fireplace ban unlikely in Auckland


standard.net County lawmaker’s wood-burning bill clears committee Tuesday


americanthinker.com Minority Liberal Ideology Drives Majority Climate Science


santacruzsentinel.com Oil and gas industry allowed to contaminate California underground water, regulators acknowledge


deseretnews.com Lawmakers say ‘no’ to seasonal wood-burning ban


noodls.com New research shows wood smoke’s impact on health


deseretnews.com Off the table for now in Utah, wood smoke regulations fuel fights elsewhere in U.S.


breakingviewsnz.blogspot.co.nz Mike Butler: Woodburner police for Auckland?


myeasternshoremd.com Effort to regulate wood smoke kindles slow burn


dailysignal.com EPA Fakes Regulatory Cost-Benefit Calculations


paulmacrae.com Alarmist climate science and the principle of exclusion


clivebates.com Scientific sleight of hand: constructing concern about ‘particulates’ from e-cigarettes


wattsupwiththat.com Another skeptical university professor fired – related to CARB’s PM2.5 air pollution regulation scandal


bgdailynews.com CSIRO findings help wood heaters get low GHG emission rating: SCHOTT Australia


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