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Columbia Mailman faculty are attending the Climate Summit in Dubai.
Study shows low-intensity burning can dramatically reduce the risk of devastating fires for years at a time.
A Q&A with Marianthi-Anna Kioumourtzoglou
A new video highlights the increasingly crucial need to train clinicians and public health practitioners in how to respond to climate threats.
- May 15, 2023
Ami Zota, professor of environmental health sciences, recently testified before Washington State Senate on the Toxic-Free Cosmetics Act. The bill is now law.
Source:Columbia University Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer CenterApril 19, 2023
Dr. Navas-Acien sheds light on cancer-causing substances in drinking water, how certain groups are disproportionally affected, and the impact of climate change on cancer risk.
- April 13, 2023
MPH student Emily Murphy argues for improved screening of live animals at ports of entry.
- April 7, 2023
In the middle of a controversy around the potential regulation of gas stoves, news media turned to Darby Jack for insights into related health risks.
- April 6, 2023
Professor Lew Ziska speaks about his interdisciplinary project to develop an app to help consumers make healthy food choices that also support climate goals.
- March 23, 2023
Stronger regulations lowering levels of fine particulate air pollutants would benefit the health of Black Americans and low-income Americans the most.
- March 16, 2023
Chronic toxicity tests conducted on behalf of Monsanto revealed certain products were toxic but they were not forthcoming about what they knew.