Capping Pollution Could Save Thousands Of Lives

The American Thoracic Society has released new research saying that even slightly lowering the EPA’s ozone emissions standard could reduce the amount of fine particles in the air and save as many as 9,320 lives each year. What do you think?

“In the meantime, could they just tell us which specific particles we should avoid inhaling?”

Lianna Tipton • Toll Collector


“Until the evidence in favor of pollution reduction is conclusive, we simply can’t risk polluting any less.”

Kirk Lott • Franchise Gatekeeper

“A real innovator would be working on a way to reduce our dependence on breathing, not just attacking corporate industry.”

Doug McDonnell • Fiddle Instructor