Eliminating Pollution from Gas Appliances in the Bay Area

Digital Discourse


Bay Area Clean Air Logo with drawing of Golden Gate Bridge

Gas-powered building appliances cause hundreds of deaths each year in the Bay Area and account for a quarter of the region’s carbon emissions. The Bay Area Air Quality Management District plans to vote this spring on rules to eliminate toxic nitrogen oxide emissions from building heating systems, spurring the transition to zero-emission electric appliances. Learn how appliance emissions affect health and the climate, how the proposed rules would work, and how you can support action at the Bay Area Air Quality Management District. Join the Bay Area Clean Air Coalition at our online community mobilization event to show your support for clean air in the Bay Area!

  • Melissa Yu / Sierra Club

  • Megan Leary / Emerald Cities

  • Laura Feinstein / SPUR

  • Leah Louis-Prescott / RMI

Copresented by Emerald Cities, Sierra Club, SF Bay Chapter, and the Rocky Mountain Institute




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