Groups sue for sky stripe data as coal fly ash dims sun over Chattanooga

print The biggest environmental story in 50 years in Southeast Tennessee is the continuing rain of coal industry trash into the breathable air over cities, farms, lakes, farms, gardens, parks, schoolyards and hang gliding jumpoff points on the area’s biggest hills. That is to say, the existing program of sky striping or “negative injections” that in the la-la land of academic journals is supposed to counteract the anthropogenic (human-caused) global warming from the use of cars, plastics and the existence of humankind. And, in the journals, something to be considered as a risky FUTURE program of saving the planet. As … Continue reading Groups sue for sky stripe data as coal fly ash dims sun over Chattanooga