Why I’m Firing My Gas Stove February 15, 2022
“Part of a just transition is making sure that people who are exposed to the most pollution are thought about first in the transition,” says Andee Krasner, program manager of Climate and Health at the Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility. “And one way that we can do that is these single induction burners as we transition away from the larger gas stoves. Because you can have one or two and it works just as well as having a full stove.”
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