Anti-coal activists announce a new report showing a power plant’s devastating health effects

Congratulations to Joel Wool, JOIN alum 2013, who was published in a report he co-authored on the health costs of a coal-fired power plant. Joel has been working tirelessly, along with his colleagues at Clean Water Action, to organize for clean, safe and affordable water.  “The take-away is that the plant is not clean, and it’s economically failing,” said Joel Wool, organizer for Clean Water Action and Coal Free Massachusetts. “There’s no future with coal.”

Read more in The Herald: Report by environmental groups estimates Brayton Point’s financial toll on health of residents: Estimate claims plant’s operation will cost between $2 billion and $6 billion over decade

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