Letters to the Editor, March 27 – 29

Letters to the Editor, March 27 – 29

Tickled pink over building green

Our residents face greater risks from the impacts of climate change driven by fossil-fuel combustion, including risks from extreme weather events such as wildfires, heat waves and floods. The American Lung Association and other leading health organizations support policies to transition to healthier, clean renewable energy and zero emission transportation options that will reduce our health risks from air pollution and climate change, and protect the environment for future generations. As physicians and health professionals responding to disasters, we support these outstanding efforts to create a more sustainable future.

Tara Scott

Santa Rosa Family Medicine Residency

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