Hear About Effect of gas stoves on health & indoor air quality Jan. 22- Includes pediatric health & ways to reduce indoor air pollution
Learn how gas stoves effect health and indoor air quality on Monday, January 22 at 5:30pm in the Denny Room, Brookline Public Health Building (11 Pierce St. Brookline) or online.
Andee Krasner, MPH, is a longtime advocate for clean indoor air and building electrification. In her presentation, Krasner will cover topics such as indoor air pollution caused by gas cooking stoves, the health impacts of gas stove pollution on pediatric health, and ways to reduce indoor air pollution from homes.
Krasner is the co-author of two national reports: “Gas Stoves: Health and Air Quality Impacts and Solutions,” and “2020 and Hydrogen Pipe Dreams: Why burning hydrogen in buildings is bad for climate and health, 2022.” She also co-wrote the 2022 American Public Health Association policy recognizing that gas stove emissions are a public health concern.
Those who would like to attend the via Zoom may register in advance HERE.
This event is sponsored by Brookline’s Advisory Council on Public Health (ACPH), in partnership with the Zero Emissions Advisory Board (ZEAB).