Reframe Spotlight: ‘What Price Clean Air?’

In Robert Richter's hour-long documentary What Price Clean Air?, the filmmaker exposes the tactics done by coal, steel, auto industries as well as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to sabotage the Clean Air Act.

Filmed in the Pittsburgh, PA area, Adirondack Mountains in New York, Los Angeles, Japan, Sweden, Canada and England, the film includes government advocates, air pollution victims and scientists trying to cope with acid rain.

It was not long after the first telecast of this documentary that the head of EPA of that era resigned.

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