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California economy loses $28 billion yearly to health effects of pollution

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  • rickrise@earthlink.net
    This story was sent to you by: Rick ... California economy loses $28 billion yearly to health effects of pollution ... Most of the losses are attributable to
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 13, 2008
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      This story was sent to you by: Rick

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      California economy loses $28 billion yearly to health effects of pollution
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      Most of the losses are attributable to 3,000 annual deaths, a Cal State Fullerton study says. The study underscores the economic benefits of meeting federal air quality standards.

      Louis Sahagun

      November 13 2008

      The California economy loses about $28 billion annually due to premature deaths and illnesses linked to ozone and particulates spewed from hundreds of locations in the South Coast and San Joaquin air basins, according to findings released Wednesday by a Cal State Fullerton research team.

      The complete article can be viewed at:
      http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-pollute13-2008nov13,0,3895359.story

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    • Simon Baddeley
      My dear cyberfriend Richard My reactions to your election: http://democracystreet.blogspot.com/search?q=pennsylvania Best Simon Simon & Linda Baddeley 34
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 13, 2008
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        My dear cyberfriend Richard

        My reactions to your election:

        http://democracystreet.blogspot.com/search?q=pennsylvania

        Best

        Simon

        Simon & Linda Baddeley
        34 Beaudesert Road
        Handsworth
        Birmingham UK


        On 13/11/08 23:58, "rickrise@..." <rickrise@...> wrote:

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        > This story was sent to you by: Rick
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        > California economy loses $28 billion yearly to health effects of pollution
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        > Most of the losses are attributable to 3,000 annual deaths, a Cal State
        > Fullerton study says. The study underscores the economic benefits of meeting
        > federal air quality standards.
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        > Louis Sahagun
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        > November 13 2008
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        > The California economy loses about $28 billion annually due to premature
        > deaths and illnesses linked to ozone and particulates spewed from hundreds of
        > locations in the South Coast and San Joaquin air basins, according to findings
        > released Wednesday by a Cal State Fullerton research team.
        >
        > The complete article can be viewed at:
        > http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-pollute13-2008nov13,0,3895359.story
        >
        > Visit latimes.com at http://www.latimes.com
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        >




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