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Climate Change and Health: Carnegie Mellon Panel

October 18, 2012
Written by Emma Frances Bloomfield

I had the opportunity to attend a panel at Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) over the summer while interning at the City Council’s office. The panel topic was specifically about climate change and its consequences that directly impact the health of humankind. Though some panelists extended the topic to more than just physical health and discussed general well-being, this focus was a fascinating addition to previous research I’ve done on the consequences of climate change as economicpolitical, and environmental. (Read More…)

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