News from PSE view all

News from PSE March 15, 2022

PSE’s Dr. Krieger Appointed to NASEM Committees

Adrienne Underwood

PSE Blog view all

PSE Blog April 6, 2022

Understanding Climate Change from a Public Health Perspective

Curtis Nordgaard, MD, MSc, Adrienne Underwood

PSE Blog March 22, 2022

Do you know what natural gas is made of?

Drew Michanowicz, DrPH, MPH, CPH, Eric Lebel, PhD

PSE Blog January 21, 2022

Designing Solar and Storage for Community Resilience Hubs

Patrick Murphy, PhD

PSE in the Media view all

PSE in the Media May 16, 2022

The Best Stove for Your Health and the Environment

Gas stoves are associated with a certain allure: an image of prestigious chefs cooking in sought-after, high-end kitchens over an open flame. At the same time, electric stoves and their dated coils have been eschewed by many at-home culinary enthusiasts.


PSE in the Media May 6, 2022

STUDY: Gas stoves emit greenhouse gases, even when not in use

A Stanford study found emissions from gas stoves in U.S. homes are comparable to annual emissions from half a million cars.

ABC7 Los Angeles | Eyewitness News

PSE in the Media May 6, 2022

Activists say Native and lower-income communities are disproportionately harmed by coal and gas power plants. They’re calling on Minnesota Power to adopt more renewable energy and to close some plants.

A study found that closing some of Minnesota Power’s existing plants would save three lives a year and $200 million in health care costs.

Sahan Journal