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The climate-health connection

groupPictured l to r: Uriel Kitron (environmental sciences), Stefanie Sarnat (environmental health), Eri Saikawa (environmental sciences), Karen Levy (environmental health), Carla Roncoli (anthropology), Tom Clasen (environmental health), Paige Tolbert (environmental health).

al goreMatt Gribble (environmental health) and Al Gore.




Eleven Emory faculty were among the 300 attendees of the recent climate and health conference led by former Vice President Al Gore at The Carter Center. Gore said more attention needs to be paid to the health consequences of climate change.

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