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NATALIE JAMERSON
🎬 How we can cut buildings' contribution to climate change
January 12, 2023

Homes, offices, and other buildings are a major source of climate and air pollution. When our buildings are carbon-free and energy efficient, it'll significantly reduce our climate pollution, drastically cut energy costs for owners and renters, and improve air quality where we live and work. Thankfully, many of the best solutions are well-developed and will save you money on energy costs without sacrificing comfort. Learn more by watching our new video series!

Finding and removing the pollution buildings create

Buildings: A hidden source of climate pollution

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Author Bio

Jonathan Lee

Storytelling and Digital Engagement Manager, Climate Solutions

Jonathan Lee (pronouns: he/him) has over a decade of experience in nonprofit communications strategy, print and web content creation, public policy advocacy, and promoting equity, diversity and social justice. He believes in making positive change by asking sincere questions, building meaningful relationships, and collaborating equitably toward shared goals.

Jonathan has a Bachelor's degree in Sociology and American Ethnic Studies from Willamette University. He spends his free time reading, volunteering, hiking, and listening to jazz music, often with his partner Rachel and their dog Kuma.