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How Much Do Fine Particulates Matter for Public Health? Podcast with Inês Azevedo

Associate Professor, Inês Azevedo, with long brown hair against a white background.
Oct 12 2021

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In this podcast, host Daniel Raimi talks with Inês Azevedo, an associate professor of energy resources engineering at Stanford University and senior fellow at the Woods Institute for the Environment. Azevedo elaborates on her research, which recently has explored the public health and regional consequences of particulate matter pollution. Because the benefits of reducing pollution are so high, especially for low-income households and Black Americans, Azevedo ultimately contends that policymakers have reason to design emissions reduction policies that simultaneously target climate change and particulate matter pollution.