Join APHA, Energy Innovation, and the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health for this webinar that will teach climate and health advocates how to use a free, easy-to-use, online modeling tool to demonstrate the vital importance of climate and energy policy for protecting public health and reducing premature death. Participants will get an advance look at the newly updated model with added public health capabilities.
- Sarah Spengeman, Deputy Director of Communications, Energy Innovation (moderator)
- Adrienne Hollis, Senior Climate and Health Scientist, Union of Concerned Scientists
- Jeffrey Rissman, Head of Modeling, Energy Innovation
- Neelu Tummala, Otolaryngologist and Clinical Assistant Professor of surgery, George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Sciences
Climate and health topics covered in the context of COVID-19 will include air quality, wildfires and extreme heat and weather, along with climate justice.
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Questions? Contact Sarah Spengeman.