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On the Threshold of Complexity – Richard Levins, Harvard School of Public Health

University of Michigan Published on Apr 2, 2015

Lead Contamination Beyond Flint | The Forum at Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health

ERIN SCHUMAKER: Good afternoon, everyone and thank you for coming. I’m Erin Schumaker, Senior Healthy Living Editor at The Huffington Post. I am also today’s moderator. Today, just days before Earth Day, we’re talking about America’s drinking water with a … Continue reading

Kate Raworth at Healthy Planet, Better World – “Why it’s time for a new version of human prosperity”

Medact Published on Dec 22, 2016 Could doughnuts actually be good for us? Why it’s time for a new version of human prosperity. Humanity’s central challenge in the 21st century is to realise the human rights of all within the … Continue reading

Lead Contamination Beyond Flint: Drinking Water and Children’s Health

Lead Poisoning: Baltimore’s Forgotten Public Health Crisis – Part 4

Lead Poisoning: Baltimore’s Forgotten Public Health Crisis – Part 3

Lead Poisoning: Baltimore’s Forgotten Public Health Crisis – Part 2

Lead Poisoning: Baltimore’s Forgotten Public Health Crisis – Part 1

Climate Week: “Human Health in a Changing Climate” | Harvard University Center for the Environment

Climate Week: “Human Health in a Changing Climate” Thursday, April 27, 2017 – 9:00am 250 Jefferson Hall, 17 Oxford St., Cambridge The Harvard Global Health Institute and the Climate Change Solutions Fund present: “Human Health in a Changing Climate.” Welcoming … Continue reading

Fear of solar geoengineering is healthy – but don’t distort our research | The Guardian

“The amount of material we would release is tiny… For example, if we tested sulphates, we would put less material into the stratosphere than a typical commercial aircraft does in one minute.” Photograph: ISS/Nasa David W Keith and Gernot Wagner  … Continue reading