Drawing on peer-reviewed scientific and medical research, Dr. Lockwood meticulously details the symptoms of climate change and their medical side effects.
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The reason given by power companies and municipalities for the need to expand coal based power plants is that there is an increasing energy demand. As such, one of the best actions that can be taken is conservation.
One area you can look at is the energy efficiency of your own home. Simple things like switching to low energy compact flourescent bulbs. Stores such as Home Depot, Lowes and Target are beginning to sell these bulbs at very competitive rates.
You can also look at replacing your major applicances with higher efficiency units, and doing things like slightly raising the temperature in your refridgerator and turning off heated drying on your dishwasher. Other areas of improvement are shutters, blinds or solar shades on your east and west facing windows.
If it is time to replace your air conditioning, consider a higher SEER model (14, 16, 18) and look at putting in a multi-zone system. Ceiling fans can make you feel cooler at a higher thermostat settings. Little things add up!!!
Tell your representative you oppose President Trump's anti-climate executive order—and they should too.
Tell the EPA to ban the use of methylene chloride and NMP in commercial and consumer paint strippers. Let’s protect workers and consumers from these harmful chemicals and switch to safer alternatives.
For this webinar, PSR's Dr. Alan Lockwood presented an overview of the life cycle of coal and the impact on air, water, climate change, and our economy. Read more »
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