U.S. must do more to stem air pollution-scientists


By Chris Baltimore WASHINGTON, Jan 29 (Reuters) - Though some progress has been made, the U.S. government should do more to clean up air emissions spewed by coal-burning power plants and measure their human health impacts, an expert panel said on Thursday. "Despite substantial progress in improving air quality, the problems posed by pollutant emissions in the United States are by no means solved," the National Academies' National Research Council said in a report that notes both ...

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