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|Neza Xiuhtecutli is the research coordinator at the Farmworkers Association of Florida. View bio.|
|Leslie Fields is the Senior Director of Environmental Justice and Healthy Communities at the Sierra Club. View bio.|
|Maxine Burkett is a Professor of Law at the William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawai’i at Manoa, and a Member Scholar at the Center for Progressive Reform. View bio.|
|Vicki Arroyo is the Executive Director of the Georgetown Climate Center based at Georgetown University Law Center, where she is also a Professor from Practice. View bio.|
|Dr. Aaron Bernstein is the Interim Director of the Center for Climate, Health, and the Global Environment at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health (Harvard Chan C-CHANGE), a pediatrician at Boston Children’s Hospital, and an Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School. View bio.|
Related CPR Resources:
- Connect the Dots episode: Keeping Workers Safe in the Era of Climate Change
- From Surviving to Thriving: Worker Health and Disaster
- CPR Reports and Op-Eds on Climate Change
- CPRBlog Posts on Heat Stress
- CPRBlog Posts on Climate Change
- H.R. 3668: Asuncion Valdivia Heat Illness and Fatality Prevention Act
- Public Citizen and Farmworker Association of Florida report: Unworkable: Dangerous Heat Puts Florida Workers at Risk
- Public Citizen report: Extreme Heat and Unprotected Workers
- Climate Action Benefits: Labor
- Work Adaptations Insufficient to Address Growing Heat Risk for U.S. Agricultural Workers
- Rising heat stress could cost 80 million jobs by 2030 – U.N.
- Is Climate Change Having an Impact on Manufacturing?
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