Jeanne Herb participates in Rutgers School of Public Health symposium on climate change

April 8, 2020

On Monday, April 6 the Bloustein School co-sponsored the Rutgers School of Public Health 25th Annual Public Health Symposium Webinar, “Climate Change: Science, Advocacy & Action” on Monday, April 6. The webinar highlighted the significant impacts of climate change on public health, with an emphasis on vulnerable populations. In addition, specific initiatives and policies in New Jersey are highlighted.

Jeanne Herb, who leads applied research projects related to environmental sustainability and policy, health equity, and climate change as executive director of the Bloustein School’s Environmental Analysis and Communications Group, presented on evidence-based best practices (she starts at about the 44-minute mark). Juanita Constible, Senior Advocate in the Natural Resources Defense Council’s (NRDC) Climate and Health, Climate & Clean Energy Program, gave the opening keynote.

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