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Mass murderer

Published 05.10.2012. [21:45]

The fossil fuel industries are the most destructive forces on the planet. Coal mining fatalities are so high that you can measure electric power in lives as well as megawatt hours. We all understand that burning of fossil fuels is one of the primary causes of global warming, but spare a thought for those people working in the oil refining industry.

Oil refinery workers, even in these modern, enlightened, times, are exposed to some of the most hazardous chemicals on Earth including asbestos and benzene carcinogens. Indeed several studies have shown that oil refinery workers have a higher proportion of lung cancers and mesothelioma than people working in other industries. Forward-thinking emissions reduction policies that reduce dependence on fossil fuels will not only slow the destruction to our planet’s climate, but also save lives of industrial workers who toil in this terribly dangerous industry.

Carbon Planet


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