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Hyperlinks to Articles of Interest April 2015

April 3, 2015 Disputing claims about wood smoke harm Letter: Don’t ‘re-invent the wheel’ to achieve good air quality Science, Properly Understood at Heritage Montreal wood-burning fireplaces could face restrictions by 2016 Herbert prevents full wood burning ban; air advocates call it ‘slap in the face’ Call for action on pollution as emissions linked to respiratory illnesses double Three Small Cap Air Pollution Stocks Delivering More Than Clean Air (CECE, CLC & MEEC) Air pollution rises with calls for national Clean Air Act Air quality initiative gets a few thumbs up from council United States: Transitions In The Environmental And Clean Energy Commodity Markets Fairbanks residents question slow review of air-quality plan China to Conduct Probe of Faked Air Pollution Data, Xinhua Says Wood burning rules sought: Foes say proposed changes too costly Silent killer claiming thousands of lives Air quality officials urged to enforce new rules Wood Burning Industry Applauds HB 396 While Air Quality Adovates Boo Colder winters fueling wood stove market Marin IJ Editorial: Air board should consider incentives instead of fireplace laws Letter: Secret Science Reform Act is harmful EDITORIAL: EPA just might get in your grill Parksville wood smoke Homeowners take stand against proposed wood-burning fireplace restrictions Proposed rules on wood-burning riles Napa audience Bay Area fireplace phase-out could cost Sonoma County residents thousands of dollars Shell’s LNG bid may help climate, energy security Why fracking is splitting environmental groups apart Wood burning stoves, fireplaces becoming rarer Home Fire Scaremongering 15 Claims the Natural Gas Industry Wants You to Believe and Why They’re Wrong Bay Area residents slam plan to phase out high-polluting fireplaces Major publisher retracts 43 papers, alleging fake peer review Environmental groups face tax deductibility loss in Government push Marin County residents ready to sound off on fireplace phase-out plan Wood stove replacement program gets funding House Directs DEQ to Find Ways to Help Residents with Older Wood Stoves Study: Being exposed to air pollution may destroy your brain Air Pollution Can Shrink Brain, Lead To Dementia North Carolina Senate Passed Bill Nullifying EPA Regulations on Wood-burning Stoves Solar Generation May Sideline Biomass Heating Borough Assembly makes changes to municipal air program Bill turns thumbs down on woodstove rules New city air quality codes pass Council

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