How Texas challenges notion that green policy is anti-business June 16, 2024

Adelita Cantu, PhD, RN, FAAN, PSR Board Member | Financial Times

The health implications of energy choices are profound. Burning fossil fuels releases pollutants that contribute to respiratory diseases, cardiovascular conditions, and premature deaths. Transitioning to renewable energy can significantly reduce these health burdens, and the costs associated with them.

The economic incentives for this transition are clear. Renewable energy projects create jobs, stimulate local economies and provide long-term savings through reduced healthcare costs and environmental clean-up.

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