Wind power helps us breathe easy on World Asthma Day

By Paul Dvorak GREG ALVAREZ, and from Into the Wind, the AWEA blog
Wind power creates billions of dollars in public health benefits by helping clean our air.
Electricity generated by U.S. wind farms last year helped avoid 176,000 metric tons of sulfur dioxide and 106,000 metric tons of nitrogen oxide. Everyone wins.
I still remember the ritual well. First thing every morning, my sister would have to sit for 10 minutes and breathe in asthma medication through a nebulizer machine. It didn’t matter if we were at home or on vacation, school day or weekend, that’s how my family began the day, every day, for

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