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Estimating Public Health Impacts from Individual Power Plants

05/08/2014 | Environment International

This paper provides a way to quickly estimate impacts of other emissions sources in and around the mid-Atlantic and Great Lakes region of the United States. It can be used to help estimate the environmental impacts of other pollution sources, benefits of changes to the electrical grid, effects of policy choices, and policy design.

Jonathan Buonocore, Research Associate at C-CHANGE, John D. Spengler, Akira Yamaguchi Professor of Environmental Health and Human Habitation at the Harvard Chan School, and their colleagues published this paper in Environmental International.

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Buonocore, J., Dong, X., Spengler, J. Fu, J., Levy, J., Environment International, Volume 68, July 2014, 200–208.Picture by Unsplash | Shane Rounce | Public Domain