Read part one of this two-part blog on environmental justice by practicum student, Katie Wiedeman, MSW candidate.
Read this blog post about environmental justice and its fight right here in St. Louis.
Chair of the Global Health Center Student Advisory Committee profiles Professor Randall Martin and his focus on the environment and public health.
Institute Deputy Director, Graham A. Colditz, MD, DrPH, discusses how being around greenspaces can improve health.
Learn more about ensuring sustainable water management in this blog post by a student in the Summer Research Program – Public & Global Health Track.
Learn more about the ocean’s crucial need to be protected in this blog post by a student in the Summer Research Program – Public & Global Health Track.
The Center for Community Health Partnership and Research is supporting Environment Missouri’s efforts to address the public health effects of global warming. This support includes getting the word out to community-based organizations and community members concerned about the health risks associated with global warming and global warming related pollution. The planet is the hottest it has been in 115,000 years. […]
Written by Faisal Khan, MBBS, MPH, director of the St. Louis County Department of Public Health The St. Louis region played a significant role in the development of America’s atomic weapons program in the 1940s, and the impacts of this legacy continue to be felt today. Brief history From 1942 to 1957, the Mallinckrodt Chemical Plant extracted […]
Howard Frumkin of the University of Washington offered this talk in November 2013 looking at the intersection of climate change and human health. He explores the potential effects of climate change through a number of facets including heat, severe weather, climate-related disease, pollution, poverty, water supply, crops and agriculture, allergies, hunger, mental health, and civil conflict. […]