The National Academy of Medicine and the U.S. Global Change Research Program each held key meetings with climate change as the focus area.
Climate Change Likely to Influence the Abundance and Geographic Range of Ticks and Their Associated Diseases
A new article from the Journal of Medical Entomology considers how changes to global temperatures and precipitation, exacerbated by climate change, may affect ticks and tick-borne diseases.
E-conference and Workshop Explore the Intersection of Environmental Determinants and Infectious Diseases in India
Scientists from India and the U.S. participated in a pre-conference mentoring workshop and subsequent four-day conference focusing on climate, disasters, air pollution, and the indoor environment.
American Meteorological Society 101st Annual Meeting
January 10-15, 2021
The Interplay Between Environmental Exposures and Mental Health Outcomes - A Workshop
February 2-3, 2021
Virtual 2021 Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting and ToxExpo
March 12-26, 2021
CUGH 2021: Addressing Critical Gaps in Global Health and Development
March 12-14, 2021