RFF Senior Fellow Alan Krupnick and RFF Fellow Daniel Sullivan join host Daniel Raimi to discuss how they are using satellite data to better measure air pollution in the United States. Find out what their new study finds, what the implications are for public health, and how policymakers might respond.
References and recommendations made by Alan and Daniel
- Using Satellite Data to Fill the Gaps in the US Air Pollution Monitoring Network by Daniel Sullivan and Alan Krupnick
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