WE ACT calls attention to building pollution in new report, proposes policy solutions October 15, 2023

Columbia Spectator

The report, released on Sept. 27, suggests policy solutions such as the installation of affordable heat pump space heaters; the establishment of pollution standards and building energy codes at the federal, state, and local levels; and the implementation of federal whole-home retrofit programs focused on low-income communities. WE ACT released the report in collaboration with the Sierra Club, a national grassroots environmental organization, and Physicians for Social Responsibility, an organization dedicated to informing and advocating for the public on health threats.

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