Second paragraph of introduction: "The importance of a reliable, affordable, and sustainable provision of energy". Also for difficult choices between food, housing, etc., the Public Health Data Analsyis Report will have information about food insecurity and the health impacts so it would be good to refer to our report after your heat or eat sentence.
In the section that talks about Vermont as a state with highest percentage heating with wood as a primary heat source, it would be a good place to address health effects related to poor indoor air quality. I will check with our Environmental Health Unit to see what we have. I know you aren't addresing the larger discussion about environmental impact of various energy sources, but there is a very specific health impact at the household level with improper wood burning practices.
Regional and Municipal Energy Planning Section--number 4. "Be conscious of the energy ramifications of planning and implementation efforts at all levels and in all planning categories (land use, housing, environmental, transportation, health, etc.).
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