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>> Every day in the developing countries, over 7,000 people die from air pollution when using wood, dung and agricultural waste in their homes as heating and cooking fuel. No less than 2.8 million people are estimated to die every year from polluted indoor air. These are supremely real “devastating environmental effects”. Tying people down to that level of development means every year condemning millions to premature death. <<
http://cafehayek.com/2012/09/quotation-of-the-day-390.html

>> We in today’s developed economies are indeed lucky to be able to worry about dangers as distant and as nebulous as global warming. - Don Boudreaux <<

Yeah, more reason to stymie oil, gas, and coal. </sarcasm>

arrete
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