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The Department of Population and Public Health Sciences is hosting an event called “Climate Change is Among the Greatest Challenges Facing Humanity: The Responses Must Benefit All People and the Natural World.” This event aims to raise awareness about the catastrophic effects of climate change on individuals and the environment. During this event, participants will learn about various aspects of a warming planet, such as heatwaves, storms, and wildfires, and their implications on health and happiness.

The keynote speaker for this event is Richard J. Jackson, MD, MPH, FAAP, HonAIA, HonFASLA, who is a Professor Emeritus at the Fielding School of Public Health at the University of California, Los Angeles. With extensive experience in environmental health and public policy, Dr. Jackson has made significant contributions to pesticide regulation and environmental monitoring. He has also authored several books on urban development’s impact on public health and has received numerous awards for his work in this field.

The panelists for this event will be announced later on, providing participants with an opportunity to engage in discussions with experts in the field. This event aims to provide valuable insights into how we can develop sustainable solutions that benefit both people and the environment while combating climate change’s challenges. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of complex issues surrounding climate change and its impact on our future health and well-being.

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