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Earth Day 2021
In honor of Earth Day on April 22, Columbia Public Health continues to foster education, research and solutions for a healthy and sustainable planet.
New competencies for climate and health education include racial and ethnic disparities and social and environmental determinants of health that make communities more vulnerable to climate-related health threats.
Findings show human-caused climate change played a significant role in pollen season lengthening and a partial role in increasing the pollen amount.
The Columbia Center for Children’s Environmental Health found that a regional cap-and-trade program has been successful in reducing fine particulate matter emissions and substantially improving children’s health.
A report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture outlines 20 indicators to track changes to the domestic agricultural system driven by global climate change.
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How revamping the teaching of American history will allow students to reckon with our nation's past and serve as the first step toward fact-based education and healing.
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Sheikh Hossain reflects on COVID-19 as a public health student and as a member of a community disproportionately impacted by it.
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