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The struggle for clean air is almost as old as industrialized society. In 1661, John Evelyn and John Graunt of England each published studies associating negative health effects with industrial air emissions. Both researchers described the transport of pollutants between England and France and suggested protecting human health by locating industrial facilities outside of towns and using taller smokestacks to spread "smoke" into "distant parts."