Join ClassACT for a panel discussion moderated by Erum Sattar, Program Lead of the Sustainable Water Management Program (SWM) at Tufts University, and featuring Andy Sawyer HR’73, Assistant Chief Counsel of the California State Water Resources Control Board, Jeff Hébert, President of HR&A, Kelsey Leonard, water scientist, legal scholar, policy expert, writer, and enrolled citizen of the Shinnecock Nation, and William Moomaw, Emeritus Professor of international environmental policy at Tufts University.... Read more about Climate Change and Water Crises
As part of the HSPH-NIEHS Center for Environmental Health colloquium series Re-envisioning the Environment: Diverse Voices in Environmental Health, Sam Myers, principle research scientist in the HSPH Department of Environmental Health and director of the Planetary Health Alliance, will discuss "Introducing planetary health with some case studies of research in the field."... Read more about HSPH-NIEHS Colloquium
Join HSPH and WHO for a panel discussion on "Clearing the Air: Why Now Is the Time to Tackle Global Air Pollution," presented by Michelle A. Williams, Dean of the Faculty at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, and moderated by CNN Correspondent Stephanie Elam.... Read more about When Public Health Means Business
Join the Departments of Environmental Health, Global Health and Population, Immunology and Infectious Diseases, and Nutrition for a conversation with Howard Frumkin, Senior Vice President of the Trust for Public Lands, and Alan Brandt, Professor, History of Science, Harvard FAS.... Read more about Planetary Health Colloquium
Harvard C-Change is working with ecoAmerica to offer the Climate for Health Ambassadors Training Program, a free, interactive training for the Harvard community that discusses the links between climate and health, the spectrum of solutions, how to effectively communicate on the topic, and ways to act and advocate for climate solutions that improve our health.... Read more about Climate for Health Ambassador Training
Hosted jointly by the Harvard Chan-NIEHS Center for Environmental Health and Biogen, this symposium will feature presentations by a panel of experts, and serve as a launchpad to explore the current state of the literature on air pollution and dementia.... Read more about Air Pollution and Dementia Symposium
Continuing the conversation about racial and social injustice in the nuclear field, the Project on Managing the Atom has the honor to host a discussion about the multigenerational impact of uranium mining on the environment, health, and community life of Indigenous people.
The Washington Post brings together epidemiologist Christopher Golden, PhD and field scientist Kendra Phelps, PhD to discuss National Geographic's new series about how scientists are piecing together cultural, medical and environmental factors to trace the origins of deadly diseases and help stave off future pandemics.... Read more about Virus Hunters