The Bay Area Air Quality Management District this year is planning to beef up its rules on wood burning, a common source of household heat in rural Marin that the district links to climate change and health problems. “The Bay Area currently doesn’t meet federal standards for particulates,” said Ralph Borrmann, the district’s spokesperson. “We’re obligated . . .

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