Share your story of how wood smoke has harmed you. If you have concerns about smoke from burning coal or other fuels, you can enter that as well. You can also submit videos, photos, medical records, or other documentation.
To take the NESCAUM survey, go to:
What is NESCAUM?
Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit association of air quality agencies in the Northeast. Our Board of Directors consists of the air directors of eight Northeast states (Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont, New Jersey, and New York. Our purpose is to provide scientific, technical, analytical, and policy support to the air quality and climate programs of the eight Northeast states.
How will the survey results be used?
Lisa Rector, Senior Policy Analyst at NESCAUM —
“In order to document peoples’ experiences with smoke from the use of wood to heat homes, Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management (NESCAUM) has created a survey to gather information from people affected
by wood smoke. From this effort, NESCAUM will compile experiences nationwide into a compendium of case studies that will be provided to federal, state and local policy makers. For more information, please
Contact information for the survey team:
Lisa Rector, Senior Policy Analyst at NESCAUM
89 South Street, Suite 602, Boston, Massachusetts, 02111 |802.899.5306|