At the Intersection of Global Health and Climate Change (GAP Special Event) - Jan. 2022

January 25, 2022

The World Health Organization called climate change “the single biggest health threat facing humanity,” warning that its effects could be more catastrophic and enduring than the coronavirus pandemic.” (Washington Post, October 20, 2021) 

“At the intersection of global health and climate change,” hosted by NPCA affiliate groups RPCVs for Environmental Action and Global Allies Program: Partners Ending Poverty with RESULTS. Guest speaker, Dr. Cheryl Holder, Associate Professor, and Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, Inclusivity, and Community Initiatives at Florida International University, and Co-Chair, Florida Medical Society Consortium on Climate Change and Health, will share insights on the crisis at the intersection of healthcare and the climate crisis. At this special event, advocates joined together to take actions to strengthen the global healthcare infrastructure, combat climate change, and advance grassroots community engagement.

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