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GENESIS: INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION FOR ECOLOGICAL ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH

In 1989, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) submitted a report on indoor air quality to the U.S. Congress. This report stated that "sufficient evidence exists to conclude that indoor air pollution represents a major portion of the public's exposure to air pollution and may pose serious, acute and chronic health risks."1 The EPA also states that "the potential economic impact of indoor air pollution is estimated to be in the tens of billions of dollars per year".2

One very important issue that the report failed to address was a cost effective solution to indoor air pollution.

The Solution: A high order ecosystem

 


1Environmental Protection Agency Report to Congress on Indoor air Quality, Executive Summary and Recommendations. EPA/4--/1989/001A.
2Environmental Protection Agency Report to Congress on Indoor air Quality, Executive Summary and Recommendations. EPA/4--/1989/001A.

 

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