Population Attributable Fraction of Gas Stoves and Childhood Asthma in the United States
Research paper led by RMI that attempts to quantify the impacts of gas stove use on childhood asthma prevalence.
California budget invests $1.4 billion to decarbonize homes, schools, and communities
California is making big investments in transitioning homes, buildings, and schools to clean electric appliances – a record $1.4 billion across programs. This tweet by the Building Decarbonization Coalition summarizes how funding will be allocated for this budget.
Our Climate, Our Future: City of San Diego Climate Action Plan
This Climate Action Plan sets clear goals to reduce GHG emissions and details the strategies and actions the City of San Diego will take to make it a more sustainable, healthy and thriving city.
California’s Cities Lead the Way on Pollution-Free Homes and Buildings
This blog summarizes the cities and counties in California that have adopted gas-free buildings commitments or electrification building codes.
California Electric Homes Program (CalEHP), First Edition (Assembly Bill 137, 2021)
The CEC has developed these Guiding Principles to provide overarching objectives for program design, implementation, and administration of the California Electric Homes Program (CalEHP).
How Air Districts Can End NOx Pollution from Household Appliances
This policy brief examines air districts' legal authority to adopt standards requiring zero-NOx appliances and suggests policy mechanisms to help ensure that the transition to such appliances is equitable and affordable.