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Scientific American

February 12, 2020

Scientific American reporter Jim Daley writes that MIT researchers have found half of the premature deaths linked to poor air quality are caused by out-of-state pollution. The researchers found “nearly 70 percent of deaths related specifically to electric power generation—the sector with the highest cross-border impact on premature mortality—occurred in states other than the one where the involved plant was located.”

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