Hype aside, gas is anything but clean October 22, 2022

Gas stove top

Kathleen Nolan, MD, PSR New York President | Times Union

We’ve known for years that fossil fuel pollution from cars, trucks, ships and power plants is a menace to our health. As a physician and public health researcher, I feel the responsibility to ensure that the public also knows about an omnipresent yet silent and rarely noticed source of pollution that is continually making us sick, right beneath our noses: the gas we burn in our homes.

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