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A clean air revival

20 years ago, Congress and the president took on acid rain with stunning success. Could such a thing happen today?

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By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / October 17, 2010

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James H. Kellogg hoists a canoe on his shoulders and hikes up a rough trail to Haystack Pond, cradled beneath a mountain peak. The Vermont biologist, snug in a life jacket labeled “acid lakes,’’ is on a mission to learn whether the harm humans do to the earth can be healed. (Full article: 2750 words)

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