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Video of the Fourth Global Environmental Health Day

Video of the Fourth Global Environmental Health Day
NIEHS invited the public to its fourth Global Environmental Health Day – "Science at the Cutting Edge of Global Environmental Change and Health" held virtually on July 1, 2020. Speakers discussed work related to climate change, heat, health, and community involvement. There were two panel presentations with two keynote presentations: Dr. Howard Frumkin in the morning session and Dr. Kristie Ebi in the afternoon session. Video of the event is now available on the NIEHS webpage and YouTube.