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It’s Important to Acknowledge Good News — The End of Leaded Gasoline

As climate change rightly has dominated recent discussions of environmental policy, it’s been easy to forget how much progress has been made in the past fifty years.  I was reminded of the extent of that progress by the story in Bloomberg (subscription required) that the last refinery in the entire world to produce leaded gasoline has ceased operations.  There’s no doubt that that’s something to be celebrated.

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