Missing the point on cities’ efforts to go all-electric to fight climate change

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Cities have begun to adopt policies to address the problems with burning fossil fuels in our homes that would protect our children’s health now.

By Amanda Millstein, Richmond

Dr. Amanda Millstein, Richmond pediatrician and founder of Climate Health Now.

Re “High living costs make people poor”; Commentary, July 19, 2020

Dan Walters wrote an odd column that blames systemic poverty in California on “blue-state policies” that cut air pollution and address the climate crisis. He singled out cities passing all-electric ordinances as particularly problematic, framing his argument around a high electricity rate in California. 



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