mercury and air toxic standards

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Mercury (No Longer) Rising

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Feb 14, 2012 BY Christine York
Over the last year, the Environmental Protection Agency worked hard to pass regulations for coal-burning power plants to limit the emissions of mercury and other toxic pollutants into our air, water, and food. A set of regulations called the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS) for power plants, which the EPA developed through extensive research over the last 20 years as a part of the Clean...
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Mercury and the Unborn

Jan 23, 2012 BY Administrator
This 30-second ad was part of the Evangelical Environmental Network’s ad campaign “Mercury and the Unborn.” Adapted from 60-second radio ads, these 30-second television ads feature Pastor Tracy, an Evangelical mom and pastor who gives a heartfelt plea to citizens to urge their senators to support the mercury rules proposed by the EPA. Planet Vox provided editing, stock footage research and...