Momentum is growing to ban “natural” gas hookups in new buildings and hopefully create equitable programs to convert existing buildings to all-electric. Hear from a panel of experts about new research on the health effects of gas appliances in homes, how to protect your family, and how to advocate for a just transition to all-electric homes in California and beyond.
Jessica Guadalupe Tovar, Local Clean Energy Alliance, fighting for equity in clean energy solutions to bring clean power to the people.
Emma Hines, RMI’s Carbon-Free Buildings program, working on the climate, health, and air quality co-benefits of building electrification.
Krystal Pollitt, assistant professor of epidemiology (Environmental Health Sciences) at the Yale School of Public Health and holds a cross appointment in the Yale School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Her research explores the relationship between exposure to complex mixtures of air pollutants and disease.
Zach Williams, Health Educator & Campaign Coordinator in the Environment & Health program at Physicians for Social Responsibility.
Wednesday, April 27, 6 – 8 PM
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