The continuing story of the deadliest environmental disaster in the United States

ALARMING NEW DISCLOSURES IN AN UPDATED BOOK FROM PULITZER PRIZE WINNER ANDREW SCHNEIDER
A catastrophe that began in Libby, Montana – where hundreds of people died and thousands were sickened from inhaling asbestos fibers from a vermiculite mine – has spread across North America, and the threat is growing. Libby’s uniquely potent asbestos lurks in as many as 50 million homes, businesses and schools.

This updated book includes the latest research by some of the nation’s foremost experts, who found that Libby asbestos can sicken and kill at rates thousands of times greater than previously thought.

An Air That Still Kills is a haunting, meticulously reported account of how a courageous miner’s daughter and a cowboy crooner took on one of the nation’s most powerful corporations, and how a government team continues to risk careers by fighting bureaucrats to help prove the town’s residents right.

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The Enhanced Edition

In this edition designed for iPads and Macs, the author has included video, audio and dozens of photographs documenting the tragedy in Libby. You’ll also find source documents behind the reporting and an interactive glossary.

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The Ebook

This digital book available on Amazon is optimized for easy reading on the Kindle or any device’s Kindle app.

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In Paperback

Find the newly updated book with the author’s source citations.