Green Investment and Resilient Communities lead to a Brighter future

Hamilton Spectator. April 20, 2020. Op-ed by Kim Perrotta. ED for CHASE. 

The federal minister of environment and climate change has floated the idea of Canada rebuilding its economy by investing in clean technologies and resilient communities. This could be wonderful news for the health of Canadians today and in the future.

By investing in energy efficiency, renewable energies, electric vehicles, public transit, and rail service, we can decrease air pollution, which would in turn, reduce asthma symptoms, lung cancer, heart disease, strokes and a host of other acute and chronic health conditions. To continue reading the op-ed, click here.