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the Boilermaker Reporter

Volume 37, Number 4
Jul 1998 to Aug 1998

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The Kyoto Pact Is a Lot of Smoke

Charles W. Jones, International President Emeritus

It Will Weaken Our Economy But Not Reduce Pollution

This spring we got an unpleasant reminder of how easily air pollution crosses international boundaries. Forest fires in Mexico and Central America sent clouds of smoke northward, darkening skies all over the midwestern United States and Canada. In some cities, residents were warned not to go outdoors because of health risks from smoke inhalation.

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