Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction (CR3) redefines the climate change of radon
Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction (CR3), a trusted global advocate for bringing international attention to the concerns of living and breathing radon gas and publisher of the only magazine dedicated to the issue of radon gas and it’s lung cancer affects, unveiled the November issue of CR3 News Magazine: “Radon and Climate Change” dedicated to National Lung Cancer Awareness Month.
WATERLOO, Ill., Nov. 21, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — In an effort to further define the correlation between climate change and radon gas, CR3 launched a publication dedicated to making it clear that radon gas is affected by climate change.
The 2022 November issue of CR3 News Magazine offers a strong look at some of the climate change variations and how they potentially increase radon levels. Driven by scientific studies gleaned from the science and health investigators who provided the ground research and industry experience, CR3 News Magazine encourages readers to take action through the use of audio, video and articles.
“When people make the statement that climate change is a political issue, then we have missed our target” says Jackie Nixon, Dir. Mktg and Communications. “Maybe we need to rethink how we are educating people about radon with respect to climate change. What we are saying may not be effective enough. I don’t blame the person … I blame us! We need to provide clearer correlations between climate change and radon gas affects that better illustrate the issue.”
The November issue of the magazine explains the radon/climate change connection through a collection of articles that address seasonal concerns such as winter, hurricanes, permafrost, water contamination, wildfires, and volcanoes. The key takeaway? … Testing your property for radon is important in the fight to reduce lung cancer.
“Our magazine will provide the perfect lens for readers to understand how important the fight to control climate changes truly is.”, says Gloria Linnertz, President of Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction. “Radon … like climate change is manageable. We just have to pay attention.”
Contributors to the November issue include the American Lung Cancer Screening Initiative, Peter C. Foller, Ph.D., Advisor to Ecosense, Inc.
About CR3 News Magazine
Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction Inc. is one of the nation’s most effective grass-roots radon advocacy organizations and the leading publisher of global radon information, with digital assets reaching more than 20,000 readers. CR3 News Magazine has published 30 stellar editions that brought the global issue of radon gas, and its lung cancer affects around the world.
Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction
Gloria J. Linnertz, Founder & President (618) 830-4660
Jacquelyn E. Nixon, Dir. Mktg. & Publisher (412) 961-1980
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CR3 News Magazine Rack: https://newsstand.joomag.com/en/cr3-news-magazine/M0059337001468180382
Jacquelyn E. Nixon, Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction, 412-961-1980, [email protected]
Gloria J. Linnertz, Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction, 618-830-4660, [email protected]
SOURCE Citizens for Radioactive Radon Reduction
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