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Title: Fumes Across the Fence-Line: The Health Impacts of Air Pollution from Oil and Gas Facilities on African American Communities
Contributors: Fleischman, Lesley
Franklin, Marcus
Keywords: Environmental justice—United States
Air—Pollution—Health aspects
African Americans—Health and hygiene
Petroleum—Refining—Environmental aspects—United States
Issue Date: Nov-2017
Publisher: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Clean Air Task Force
Place of Publication: Baltimore, Md.
Description: This paper also shows the health impacts from petroleum refinery pollution. While we do not quantify health impacts from oil refineries, as we did for impacts from natural gas facilities, we include case studies and stories from community members that have been impacted by pollution from these facilities. In this chapter, we focus solely on petroleum refineries, not the entire petroleum supply chain.
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