Experts: Indoor Air Quality is Key as Wildfire Smoke Drives Many Indoors September 2, 2021
Barbara Gottlieb, director for environment and health with the nonprofit Physicians for Social Responsibility, said the state needs to move toward homes and buildings that run entirely on electricity derived from clean energy, and stop burning natural gas. “Its power in terms of trapping heat in the atmosphere is more than 80 times that of carbon dioxide over a short time frame,” Gottlieb emphasized. “So for the sake of climate, you want to reduce your use of methane every way that you can.”
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