Power plants: Curbing emissions
Formerly director of the USEPA’s Air Enforcement Division
PREMIUM The Environment and Forestry Ministry is contemplating questions that are extremely important for the health and well-being of all Indonesians. What level of air pollution control do citizens need and deserve — and can the country afford it? After studying the subject over 30 years, my first observation is that economic development and pollution reduction can and do occur as worker pro...
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