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Postby pm2.5mary » Sun Oct 15, 2006 7:50 pm

We have just inaugurated forums for Burningissues.org.

We hope our growing user community will find this a useful addition to help
us in exchanging information, learning and support. Feel free to jump in!

It is very easy to register. You do not need to fill out all the blanks, only the ones that have an asterisk.

What is on your mind? What answers can't you find? What ideas do you have to help educate and spread real facts about why people should learn not to burn.

We are polluting our air where we live faster than nature can clean it.
How can we each help to slow this down and help protect the environment and our individual health.

Mary J. Rozenberg, Founder of Burning Issues, a project of Clean Air Revival, Inc.
"Particulate pollution is the most important contaminant in our air. ...we know that when particle levels go up, people die. " (Joel Schwartz, Ph.D., Harvard School of Public Health, E Magazine, Sept./Oct. 2002)
Find more at http://burningissues.org
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Postby FriendofAir » Sun Oct 15, 2006 8:55 pm

I am glad to see the new forum, hopefully it will become a valuable extension to the website.
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It is easy to use the forum. Click on '?FAQ'

Postby pm2.5mary » Tue Oct 24, 2006 8:00 pm

Hi,
We invite you to join in the discussions.
It is easy to use the forum. Click on '?FAQ'
and read. When you start to register, there is a form with many blanks, including an ICO #(we do not even know what that is!)
Put the nickname that you want in the name catagory, please tell us where
you are from and put in your email address at the bottom. That is all you need.

Once you are comfortable using the BurningIssues.org forum, think of how this posting board could be used in your community to build support for clean air. Town meetings do not allow for the serious discussions, questions, and free exchange of ideas needed on smoke issues. You can work with us
in creating an online community for your area.

Please join in. Your experience and voice are important.
"Particulate pollution is the most important contaminant in our air. ...we know that when particle levels go up, people die. " (Joel Schwartz, Ph.D., Harvard School of Public Health, E Magazine, Sept./Oct. 2002)
Find more at http://burningissues.org
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Postby Limey » Tue Dec 19, 2006 7:09 am

What a great idea having a forum on the pros and cons of wood smoke. I live in the UK (small island 3000 miles east of New York) and I look forward to making a few contributions.
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Postby FriendofAir » Tue Dec 19, 2006 7:53 am

Welcome to the forum, it will be nice to hear from someone on the other side!

If you do find any "pros" to woodsmoke, this would be the place to air it out :).
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