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Pollution inequality must stop; enforce roadmap law

January 23, 2023

Op-ed in CommonWealth Magazine by Brita Lundberg, MD, Chair of Greater Boston PSR, and Adrienne Allen, MD.

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Gas stoves are contributing to childhood asthma in Massachusetts, study finds

January 5, 2023

Boston Globe Brita Lundberg, chair of the board at Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility who co-authored a December 2019 resolution on the connection between gas stoves and childhood asthma approved by…

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Escalating Costs of Billion-Dollar Disasters in the US: Climate Change Necessitates Disaster Risk Reduction

January 4, 2023

Paper co-authored by Greater Boston PSR member Vijai Bhola in the Journal of Climate Change and Health.

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The False Promise of Fossil Fuel-Derived Hydrogen

December 29, 2022

Co-authored by GBPSR members Dr. Brita E. Lundberg and Eden Diamond, Medical Student, in Vital Signs (Massachusetts Medical Society)

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Scientific journal investigating UMass hydrogen study after revelations of gas industry influence

December 13, 2022

Boston Globe article quoting GBPSR’s Dr. Regina LaRocque.

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Criticism grows on new Peabody peaker plant

December 8, 2022

Salem News article quoting GBPSR’s Dr. Brita Lundberg.

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Study touting hydrogen — a technology favored by gas firms — was funded by gas interests, e-mails show

November 16, 2022

Boston Globe article quoting GBPSR’s Dr. Regina LaRocque.

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A replicable strategy for mapping air pollution’s community-level health impacts and catalyzing prevention

October 20, 2022

Co-authored by GBPSR member Dr. Phillip J. Landrigan in the Environmental Health Journal

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Unburned natural gas contains 21 toxic air pollutants, study finds

June 28, 2022

GBPSR board member Dr. Regina LaRocque is interviewed about how natural gas is not just a climate threat, but also has human health impacts.

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Why do we accept asthma with our ‘natural’ gas?

June 13, 2022

Co-authored by GBPSR Board Chair, Dr. Brita Lundberg in Commonwealth Magazine

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