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|Howard Frumkin is senior vice president with the Trust for Public Land and a professor at the University of Washington School of Public Health. View bio.|
|Ilan Kelman is a professor of disasters and health at University College London. View bio.|
|Carter Mathes is a professor at Rutgers University and long-time resident of East Orange, New Jersey. View bio.|
Related CPR Resources:
- CPR webinar: Climate Justice: Vulnerability and Resilience to COVID-19 and the Climate Crisis
- CPRBlog posts on climate change
- The New York Times: "How Climate Change May Affect Your Health," and "As Climate Change Fears Grow, a Real Fight Over Fake Turf"
- USA Today: "Climate change, heat waves affect heart health, experts say. Here's why that puts people of color at higher risk."
- Scientific American: "We Need a National Institute of Climate Change and Health"
- National Institutes of Health: "The Impact of Hurricane Katrina on the Mental and Physical Health of Low-Income Parents in New Orleans"
- NASA Earth Observatory: "Green Space is Good for Mental Health"
- World Resources Institute: "5 Big Ideas to Address the Climate Crisis and Inequality in Cities"
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- The College of Law at Loyola University New Orleans
- The College of Music and Media at Loyola University New Orleans
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