All-electric homes would clear air we breathe January 17, 2021

Mark Vossler, MD, Jonathan Witte, MD and Nancy Johnson, RN, Washington PSR | Everett Herald

The very buildings we live and work in are the fastest-growing source of carbon pollution in Washington state. The stove in your kitchen and the heat in your home, if powered by gas or oil, creates invisible pollutants.

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