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"3 50 bay area" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"3 50 bay area" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Dr. Janice Kirsh is a medical oncologist trained in public health, she says. The tox is in the smoke can cause serious damage, breeding these particular cause or exacerbate our disease, respiratory disease, lung cancer and probably other cancers for long to repeated exposure leads to dementia and other behavioral problems in Children. Curse says indoor air quality can be almost as bad as it is outdoors. So she advises people to use an air purifier and turn on the air conditioner. If you have one to improve circulation if you have to go outside, she says, and 95 masks are effective. But the cloth masks people wear for protection against the Corona virus will not stop particulate matter. Groups that fight climate change say the extreme drought, heat and wildfires are symptoms of a bigger problem. Kathie Durbin with the nonprofit 3 50 Bay Area. It says global warming is a public health emergency that demands rapid and transformative solutions of great goals for clean electricity for cleaner fuels for cleaner transportation. But we really need to front load those changes and not wait until the goal of 2045. We don't have any time to wait. In 2018, California lawmakers passed Senate Bill 100, which set a goal of 100% clean energy by 2045. Now advocates say the state has made so much Arrest, but they're calling for a new deadline of 2030. They say the ultimate goal of net zero. Emissions will depend on getting gasoline powered cars off the road and on switching homes and businesses to clean energy instead of natural gas. Natural gas is problematic because pipelines often league methane, which is a powerful greenhouse gas for public news service,.

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