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Your Environment. Your Health.

Global Environmental Health Webinars

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Event Speakers Date Topic(s) Organizer
NIH Climate Change and Health Working Group Webinar
Climate Resilience and Health Equity in Black Neighborhoods: The Case for Urban Nature (379KB)
Joshua Gordon, M.D., Ph.D., NIMH Director
Eugenia South, M.D., M.S., University of Pennsylvania, Perelman School of Medicine
11/02/2021 Climate Change National Institiute of Mental Health and NIEHS GEH
Climate, Environment, and Health Seminar Series
Climate Change and Its Impacts on Children and Youth
The series are compelling scientific talks on how climate change affects human health and the role of environmental health science in achieving climate sustainability and resilience.
Nesdu Obot Witherspoon, M.P.H., Executive Director of the Children’s Environmental Health Network
Huerta-Montañez, M.D., University of Georgia and vice-president of the Puerto Rico Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatrics
Isabella Fallahi, co-founder of Polluters Out
I. Leslie Rubin, M.D., Morehouse School of Medicine
Perry Sheffield, M.D., Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai
10/21/2020 Climate Change NIEHS GEH
Climate, Environment, and Health Seminar Series
Ensuring Equitable Response to Climate-Related Disasters During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The series are compelling scientific talks on how climate change affects human health and the role of environmental health science in achieving climate sustainability and resilience.
Georges Benjamin, American Public Health Association

Janelle Rios, UT Health School of Public Health

Patricia Solis
, Arizona State University
09/29/2020 Climate Change NIEHS GEH
Climate, Environment, and Health Seminar Series
Starting and Scaling Effective Climate Change Conversations: Why Health Matters

The series are compelling scientific talks on how climate change affects human health and the role of environmental health science in achieving climate sustainability and resilience.
Edward Maibach, Ph.D., George Mason University 08/12/2020 Climate Change NIEHS GEH
Working with NOAA Climate and Weather Data: Opportunities to enhance infectious disease modeling and pandemic preparedness
In this presentation, NOAA scientists provided an overview of NOAA environmental intelligence capabilities relevant for infectious disease modeling: climate data, observing systems, and short- and long-term predictions. A discussion followed between the health community and NOAA scientists about possibilities for improved use of environmental data for infectious disease modeling, as well as further collaboration opportunities.
John Balbus, M.D., M.P.H., Senior Advisor, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

Stan Benjamin,NOAA Global Systems Lab

Juli Trtanj, NOAA Climate Program Office.
08/03/2020 Climate Change

NIEHS GEH in partnership with the National Cancer Institute, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the Models of Infectious Disease Agent Study

Climate, Environment, and Health Seminar Series
Understanding Global Climate Change and How It Affects Air Quality and Human Health

The series are compelling scientific talks on how climate change affects human health and the role of environmental health science in achieving climate sustainability and resilience.
Jason West, Ph.D., UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health 06/10/2020 Climate Change NIEHS GEH
Climate, Environment, and Health Seminar Series
How Climate Changes Health and Why You Should Care

The series are compelling scientific talks on how climate change affects human health and the role of environmental health science in achieving climate sustainability and resilience.
John Balbus, M.D., M.P.H., Senior Advisor, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences 05/06/2020 Climate Change NIEHS GEH
Climate Change and Health: New Threats to Wellness in a Warming World
The Climate Matters in the Newsroom webinar series is designed to help members better understand some of the biggest climate change topics–extreme weather, health, air quality, and water.
John Balbus, M.D., M.P.H., Senior Advisor, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
Susan Pacheco, M.D., University of Texas Physicians Pediatric Specialists
02/20/2020 Climate Change National Association of Hispanic Journalists
Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Urban Sustainability and Health: Smart Solutions for Smart Cities in India
This webinar featured esteemed speakers who discussed air pollution, health and urban sustainability.
John Balbus, M.D., M.P.H. (509KB), Senior Advisor, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (Moderator)
Nitish Dogra, M.D., M.P.H., International Institute of Health Management Research
Anand Krishnan, M.D., Ph.D. (1MB), Institute of Medical Sciences
Paul Wilkinson, MFPHM, FRCP (1MB), London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
09/30/2019 Urban Sustainability NIEHS GEH
NIH Global Health Interest Group Webinar
This webinar featured discussion of a vulnerability assessment for climate and health in India.
Nitish Dogra, M.D., M.P.H., International Institute of Health Management Research, New Delhi 09/30/2019 Climate Change

NIH Global Health Interest Group

NIEHS GEH

For GEH webinars older than 3 years, please visit the GEH Webinars Archive.

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