Tuesday, January 26th, 2010 | Author:

As part of the ongoing Bioeconomy and Global Climate Change initiative at MSU, sponsored by the Michigan Agriculture Experiment Station and ESPP, Dr. Howard Frumkin of the National Center for Environmental Health at the Centers for

Disease Control spoke on the public health consequences of climate change.

Following the hour-long lecture, ESPP sat down with Dr. Frumkin to elaborate on a few of his key points, including specific health threats from climate change and why the public health threats are just now emerging in the climate change debate.

Dr. Frumkin’s presentation slides are available on the ESPP climate lectures page.

Category: ESPP events
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