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Advocating for Action On Climate and Health

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Through advocacy, expert testimony and research, PHI’s Center for Climate Change and Health supported the groundbreaking passage of 2016 California legislation, SB 32 and SB 1383, the most aggressive climate change bills in the country.

In 2016, the statelLegislature solidified California’s role as a leader in policy changes to slow climate change with the passage of these two bills, buoyed by PHI’s advocacy as well as research that integrates the long-term consequences climate change will have on vulnerable populations. On the local level, PHI’s Center for Climate Change and Health championed a ban on coal handling in Oakland, CA, citing the detrimental effects nonrenewable energy has in exacerbating climate change.

In 2015, Dr. Linda Rudolph, of PHI's Center for Climate Change and Health, played a key role in advocating for passage of SB 350, a new California law that will increase the state's renewable energy use to 50% and double energy efficiency in buildings by 2030—including testifying before the State Assembly on behalf of the bill. Dr. Rudolph was named a Champion for Change in Climate and Health by the White House in 2013.

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