Steve Milloy

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Steve Milloy publishes junkscience.com and is a Senior Fellow with the Committee For A Constructive Tomorrow.

Chinese air episode exposes EPA fraud on PM 2.5 levels

EPA claims that fine particulate matter at levels above 12 micrograms per cubic meter kills people within hours and causes a quarter of all U.S. deaths, but during a recent episode in China when fine PM levels were 89 times higher than the EPA standard, the only deaths attributed to the episode were from traffic accidents due to poor visibility. EPA is using this fraud to shut down coal power plants, creating higher energy costs that really do cause premature deaths among America's poor.

By |2013-01-24T16:04:08+00:00January 22nd, 2013|Op-Ed Articles|Comments Off on Chinese air episode exposes EPA fraud on PM 2.5 levels