Your gas stove’s gotta go if you want to improve your home’s air quality and protect your health, says Manager in RMI's Carbon-Free Buildings program, Brady Seals, on the Climate Curious podcast.

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Including four easy tips to reduce your gas exposure at home today: open a window, turn on your extractor fan, cook on the back burner, and get a plug in induction plate or even an air fryer!

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Listen to more Climate Curious episodes on gas stoves and greening your home:
Why your gas stove has to go, with Bruce Nilles
What do buildings have to do with climate action? with Stephanie Greene
How to solve the cost of living crisis, with Tessa Khan
What is nuclear energy? Is it any good? with Mark Dyson
Why your energy bill is sky high, with Tessa Khan
Why carbon-free electricity is a no brainer, with Mark Dyson

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