Biden Pausing Fossil Fuel Leases on Public Lands is a Necessary First Step, but More is Needed March 3, 2021
Velma Campbell, MD, MPH, PSR Colorado | Colorado Times Recorder
To address all these ills, we must combat the pandemic holistically. In addition to PPE and increased resources for medical centers, our nation needs to prioritize policies that contribute to the overall health, wellness, and resilience of our communities – and that includes policies that protect clean air.
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