Call to switch off Australia's 'invisible killer'

Close up of Fiona Stanley smiling

Most alarmed by the mercury, arsenic and lead emitted by coal-fired power plants, epidemiologist Fiona Stanley said state and federal decision makers needed to "enable not disable". Image credit: supplied

Epidemiologist Professor Fiona Stanley wasn't aware of how far the particulate matter from coal-fired power stations could travel or that they also emitted toxic chemicals.[.....]

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