Pollution kills nine million people each year and sickens many more, mostly in poorer nations. The global health effects of climate change are not well quantified today and are likely to increase in the future, with lower-income countries again bearing the brunt of greater food insecurity, increased rates of chronic respiratory illnesses, and shifts in vector-borne diseases. This section explores the global health nexus between climate change and pollution and the possibilities for a more coherent policy approach to these issues.
The Kids Are (Not) Alright
Analyzing the evidence against—and in support of—reopening schools during COVID-19
Hurricanes, Pandemics, Floods, Frail Systems, and Failed Responses
Imagining a post-Harvey, post-Irma, post-Hanna, post-COVID-19 world of pandemics, natural disasters, and U.S. resiliency
Coronavirus in the Navajo Nation—From Charity to Solidarity
Why we need to re-center the narrative around working with indigenous peoples in the Navajo Nation and other communities