Tracey Holloway leads health benefits of clean energy project

Can clean energy solutions like solar power and electric cars help us breathe easier? New research at the University of Wisconsin—Madison shows how our energy choices can benefit public health, from longer life expectancies to fewer kids checking into the emergency room with respiratory issues. Led by Professor Tracey Holloway and her group in the Nelson Institute Center for Sustainability and the Global Environment (SAGE), this new initiative quantifies win-win situations for public health, the air we breathe, and the global climate.

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