The UC Berkeley’s 6th annual EHS Symposium, “Responding to Climate Change: Environmental Health and Justice” will be held on Fri, March 9, 2018 4:00 PM – 6:30 PM PST.
Join us for this anniversary event and hear from phenomenal researchers in our program as well a distinguished EHS alumnus. The keynote speaker will address heat-related mortality and morbidity for vulnerable populations. Following the speakers, there will be a networking reception with light refreshments.
Our speakers include:
Rupa Basu, PhD – Heat-Related Mortality and Morbidity in California
Joan Casey, PhD – Inequity in Noise Pollution in the United States
Ajay Pillarisetti, PhD – Household Air Pollution: Updates from India and beyond
Rachel Sklar, PhD Student – From Darkness to Dignity: Formalizing Sanitation Workers in Urban Slums
Tomás León, PhD Candidate – As I Lay Dying: Perspectives on Environmental Health Problems
We hope that you’ll be able to join us for this special event and support the Environmental Health Sciences Division.
DATE AND TIME
Fri, March 9, 2018
4:00 PM – 6:30 PM PST
Martin Luther King Jr. Building
2495 Bancroft Way
Berkeley, CA 94720
Organizer of Responding to Climate Change: Environmental Health and Justice
Faculty and students in the Environmental Health Sciences Division research, teach and learn how human populations—especially the most vulnerable members of society, such as young children, pregnant women, and the poor—are affected by environmental exposures, ranging from microbial and chemical contamination of water, air and other media, to climate change, industrialization, and unplanned urbanization. We develop and apply cutting-edge methods, build research collaborations across global and domestic institutions, and lead major research centers and projects around the world. Our faculty educate, challenge, mentor, and inspire tomorrow’s leaders in environmental health, preparing students to assess the health impacts of environmental exposures, and to advance means for their measurement and control. Learn more about the programs in Environmental Health Sciences at Berkeley, and about our faculty’s internationally recognized expertise in addressing pressing global challenges in health and the environment.