Keep methane waste limits March 23, 2017

Bangor Daily News

LTE, Paul Potvin, MD, PSR Maine Climate Committee. “Now is not the time to go backward and unravel processes that limit the extent of climate change. Rising global temperatures already are causing illness, suffering and death. In Maine, we are seeing the spread of Lyme disease, and as humidity and temperatures rise, we are seeing more asthma and heat illness. Particularly vulnerable are children, the elderly and the poor.”

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