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Air Pollution | Air Pollution

corina-vacco's picture
Nearly one month ago, the Chevron refinery in Richmond caught fire. It happened while I was at a Left Coast Writers event. I drove home through an unfamiliar kind of fog. In the San Francisco Bay area, our fog is fluffy, clean, and smells of the Pacific Ocean. Chevron's fog was something else...
beth-greer's picture
Airborne chemicals are embedded inside our homes. They swirl around us as toxic gases emitted from the poorly-labeled bottles of cleaning fluids in our kitchens and bathrooms, from the bug sprays and air fresheners we use, and from the glues, sealants and flame retardants in our furniture. They...