Study touting hydrogen — a technology favored by gas firms — was funded by gas interests, e-mails show November 16, 2022

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In the environmental community, the announcement caused a stir and caught the attention of Regina LaRocque, an infectious disease physician and researcher at Harvard Medical School who is also a climate activist.

“It seemed strange to me that our state representatives would appear on a platform that seems to be hosted by these industry partners,” she said.

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