Patz named to National Academy of Medicine
Jonathan Patz was elected to the National Academy of Medicine in honor of pioneering research on the connections between climate change and human health.
Cattle Laundering in Brazilian Amazon
Gibbs Lab finds that hard-to-monitor cattle trade sparks increased burning of forest.
Health Costs of Climate Change
U.S. climate-related events in 2012 cause over $10 billion in health-related costs.
How Solar Energy Became Cheap
Greg Nemet's new book tells the story of solar: the long road to economic viability and the lessons learned that could speed the progress of other low-carbon technology.
January 29, 2020
Prof. Zuzana Burivalova to Present Talk at the Field Museum, in Chicago
Zuzana will present "When the Rainforest Goes Quiet" as part of the Field Museum's Night of Ideas: Alive! at 7pm, Thursday Jan 30.
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January 21, 2020
Prof. Patz Speaks at Caribbean Planetary Health Conference
The conference "Building Resilient Health System for Climate Change” was held at the Univerisity of the West Indies, St Augustine campus.
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2019 · Sustainability Science
Research and policy priorities for edible insects
2019 · International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Applying Integrated Exposure-Response Functions to PM2.5 Pollution in India
2019 · Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association
Methods, availability, and applications of PM2.5 exposure estimates derived from ground measurements, satellite, and atmospheric models