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How the US Clean Air Act saved 1.5 billion birds in 50 years
by Jim Barlow, Director of Science, Research, and Internal Communications, University of Oregon
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21 December 2020
On 21 December 2020 World Economic Forum reported:
The improved air quality and reduced ozone pollution that followed the 1970 passage of the US Clean Air Act and later amendments have saved the lives of 1.5 billion birds across the continent, according to new research. The research shows that pollution regulations that are nominally designed to protect human health can provide value for other species as well, says Eric Zou, an assistant professor in the economics department at the University of Oregon and the National Bureau of Economic Research.
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