11/09/23 Harvard Business Review – It’s time for companies to monitor workplace air quality.
05/15/23 Washington Post – The CDC’s new indoor air guidelines are a monumental victory for health.
03/01/23 Harvard Public Health – A healthy building starts with better ventilation.
01/09/23 Harvard Business Review – Designing buildings that are both well-ventilated and green.
09/26/22 Washington Post – Want to phase out fossil fuels? We must fundamentally change our buildings.
08/04/22 New York Times – Here’s what school covid policies should look like this year.
06/06/22 Washington Post – No school should have to close because of extreme heat.
04/04/22 Washington Post – It’s time to consider relaxing mask requirements on flights.
03/18/22 STAT – Biden administration (finally) elevates healthy buildings as part of national covid strategy.
02/24/22 The Hill – We need an Operation Warp Speed for clean indoor air.
02/02/22 Washington Post – When should the government lift pandemic restrictions? These four metrics can provide the answer.
12/20/21 New York Times – Do not close the schools again.
12/15/21 Washington Post– Our playbook to fight COVID-19 is outdated. Here are 10 updates for 2022.
10/19/21 Washington Post– Schools should do away with mask mandates by the end of the year
10/18/21 The Hill– We have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to fix out schools
10/03/21 The Atlantic – Fresh air, the Cool New Office Amenity
09/28/21 Washington Post– Indoor masking doesn’t always make sense when everyone is vaccinated.
08/30/21 New York Times– We need clear goals for every Covid-19 policy.
08/02/21 Washington Post– It’s time to admit: The vaccination campaign has hit is limit. Mandates are the only way forward.
07/21/21 Washington Post– No, we shouldn’t bring back universal mask mandates, CDC’s guidance is still correct.
07/09/21 USA Today– CDC is mostly on target in rules for opening schools this fall.
06/01/21 Washington Post– Covid-19 cases will likely rise again in the fall. Here’s how to keep schools open.
05/18/21 Washington Post– CDC was right to relax indoor masking guidelines.
05/03/21 Washington Post– Americans will increasingly have to make their own judgments about covid-19 risks.
04/06/21 Washington Post– So You’re Unvaccinated and Want to See a Friend. Here’s How to Calculate Your Risk.
03/22/21 Washington Post– Schools Finally Have the Roadmap They Need to Fully Re-Open
03/16/21 Harvard Business Review – Employers must ensure the safety of home workplaces
03/08/21 Washington Post– Don’t Let Covid-19 Keep Kids from Playing Sports
02/12/21 Washington Post– The CDC’s Latest Demands Will Keep Millions of Kids out of School Unnecessarily
01/26/21 Washington Post– Everyone Should be Wearing N95s Masks Now
01/25/21 The Hill– Combine Federal Funds to Clear the Air and Open Schools
01/12/21 The Guardian– With England in lockdown, it’s time ministers got it right on face masks
01/26/21 Washington Post– Everyone should be wearing N95 masks now
12/30/20 Washington Post– Yes, the New Variant of Coronavirus is Alarming. But Kids Should Stay in School
12/11/20 Washington Post – We Are Overcleaning in Response to COVID-19
11/18/20 Washington Post– This Winter, Fight COVID-19 With Humidity
11/12/20 Washington Post – Why Three Feet of Social Distancing Should be Enough in Schools
10/28/20 USA Today – Why Partisan Politics Keeps 14 Million Hungry Children from Getting the Food They Need
10/14/20 Washington Post – U.S. Schooling During COVID-19 Doesn’t Deserve a Passing Grade. Here’s the Way Forward.
10/08/20 USA Today – Americans, We Can Fight COVID-19 and Save Lives Now. Wear a Mask!
09/27/20 Washington Post – Yes, Airborne Transmission is Happening. The CDC Needs to Set the Record Straight
09/01/20 Washington Post – It’s Time to Talk About How Toilets May be Spreading COVID-19
08/27/20 Washington Post – Want to Buy Schools Time? Open the Windows.
07/27/20 Washington Post – We Can—and Must—Reopen Schools. Here’s How.
07/20/20 Boston Globe – Listen to the Science and Reopen Schools
07/14/20 Washington Post – Need Some Good News About COVID-19? Here Are Six Reasons for Optimism.
06/24/20 Washington Post – Yes, Kids Should Be Going Back to School in the Fall
06/02/20 USA Today – Elevator Etiquette in 9 Easy Steps for Returning to the Workplace
05/26/20 Washington Post – We Cannot Keep Ignoring the Possibility of Airborne Transmission. Here’s How to Address It.
05/18/20 Washington Post – Airplanes Don’t Make You Sick. Really.
04/29/20 Harvard Business Review – What Makes an Office Building “Healthy”
04/22/20 USA Today – Is There Coronavirus in Your Car? Here’s How You Can Protect Yourself.
04/16/20 STAT News – Without Training, N-95 Masks May Not Protect Workers on the COVID-19 Front Lines
04/13/20 Washington Post – Keep Parks Open. The Benefits of Fresh Air Outweigh the Risks of Infection.
04/06/20 USA Today – How to Beat the Coronavirus and Return to a New Normal
04/02/20 Washington Post – You Need to Wear a Mask. Here’s how.
03/26/20 Washington Post – Don’t Panic about Shopping, Getting Delivery or Accepting Packages
03/24/20 USA Today – Six Things to Know if You’re Living with Someone Who Has Coronavirus
03/16/20 USA Today – Coronavirus Reality Check: 7 Myths about Social Distancing, Busted
03/04/20 New York Times – Your Building Can Make You Sick or Keep You Well
02/09/20 Financial Times – How Healthy Buildings Can Help Us Fight Coronavirus
07/25/19 Washington Post – This Pesticide is Closely Related to Nerve Agents Used in World War II.
07/30/18 The Hill – Want Air Conditioning and a Healthier Planet? Here’s One Step We Can Take Today.
04/04/18 New York Times – The Formaldehyde in Your E-cigs
01/02/18 Washington Post – These Toxic Chemicals are Everywhere—Even in Your Body. And They Won’t Ever Go Away. Forever Chemicals.
03/21/17 Harvard Business Review – Stale Office Air is Making You Less Productive
02/28/17 STAT News – The Environmentalist No. 1: A Scientific Defense of the Environment and Health
12/15/16 Washington Post – Stop Playing Whack-A-Mole with Hazardous Chemicals
12/14/16 U.S. News & World Report – Study reveals depression, suicidal thoughts not uncommon in airline pilots
11/04/15 Center for Environmental Health – Choosing a chemical flame retardant free campus