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    Nuclear power policy in the ’80s caused low birth weights after coal stepped in | Ars Technica

    The sudden removal of nuclear power, which doesn’t emit any greenhouse gases, led to a ramp-up in the amount of power being provided by nearby coal plants. That led to increases in particle pollution in areas adjacent to coal power plants, measured by the EPA in total suspended particulates (TSP).

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