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.
Home is Where the Pipeline Ends: Characterization of Volatile Organic Compounds Present in Natural Gas at the Point of the Residential End User
Researchers studied the harmful chemicals and pollutants found in natural gas in residential locations across the Greater Boston Metropolitan area, Massachusetts.
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.
How Air Agencies Can Help End Fossil Fuel Pollution from Buildings
This Insight Brief recommends that air agencies address appliance pollution and help guide an equitable transition to a pollution-free buildings future. These agencies have authority to set zero-emissions standards for new appliances, which can be designed equitably and in coordination with other decision makers’ building electrification efforts. This can help catalyze the policies and investments needed for an inclusive, affordable transition away from fossil fuels in our homes and buildings toward an all-electric future.