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Wednesday Nite @ The Lab

"How Might Solving the Global Climate Crisis Create the Largest Human Health Benefit of the Century" by Jonathan Patz, Global Health Institute

Event Details

Wednesday, June 19, 2019
7 p.m.
Global Climate Change poses multiple severe risks to our health. Yet, the low carbon economy needed to solve today’s climate crisis will offer enormous health benefits, particularly in the area of chronic diseases. In this presentation, health risks from climate change will be summarized, as well as studies documenting the potential health gains emerging from across the energy, food, and transportation sectors.