Approving new fracking projects in the middle of a pandemic? Bad idea. April 29, 2020
Amanda Millstein, MD, San Francisco PSR and Robert Dodge, MD, PSR-Los Angeles | Urban Resilience Project
The world’s — and California’s — attention is deservedly focused right now on the COVID-19 public health crisis. The health threats posed by climate change, which is the end result of extracting, refining, and burning oil and gas, remain unchanged and existential.
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