Clean Lighting: How States Can Cut Mercury Pollution, Protect the Climate, and Reduce Utility Bills by Phasing Out Fluorescent Bulbs
California and Vermont enacted new policies this year phasing out the sales of most fluorescent light bulbs in favor of LEDs. Because LEDs are twice as energy efficient as fluorescents and last far longer, these laws will significantly reduce climate pollution and cut utility bills for households and businesses—all while averting the use of toxic mercury.
How can other states act? Join us to learn more about the urgency of transitioning off of fluorescent lighting and to hear lessons learned from the California and Vermont campaigns that could help inform other state efforts.
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