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Beyond the Data: Climate Change and Health – From Science to Practice

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    Dr. John Iskander and Dr. George Luber revisit their discussion on climate change and its impact on human health to update some of the important new scientific findings that have taken place.

    Since the first session on climate change:

    • 2014 has been confirmed as the hottest year on record,
    • Extreme climate events are occurring more frequently, and
    • Communities are facing heightened health risks due to drought.

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  • Overview

    Dr. John Iskander and Dr. George Luber revisit their discussion on climate change and its impact on human health to update some of the important new scientific findings that have taken place.

    Since the first session on climate change:

    • 2014 has been confirmed as the hottest year on record,
    • Extreme climate events are occurring more frequently, and
    • Communities are facing heightened health risks due to drought.

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