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Global Change - Global Health: A Symposium on Urban Health in the 21st Century (Afternoon Session)

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Uploaded on May 15, 2009

How will the combined forces of global change (climate, demographic shifts and economic trends) impact urban health in the 21st century? This symposium is intended to spark cross-pollination of new perspectives to enable UC Berkeley researchers and their research partners worldwide to develop and implement more effective global health interventions in the coming decades. Faculty from the School of Public Health, Urban Planning, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Agricultural and Resource Economics, and Environmental Science Policy and Management will participate in three interlinked panel discussions to develop cross-cutting strategies to prevent or mitigate contemporary urban health challenges. Participants will have an opportunity to share their own experiences and lessons learned during a moderated lunchtime discussion.


Faculty panelists and moderators include Kirk Smith, Eva Harris, Jim Hunt, Lee Riley, Malcolm Potts, Jason Colburn, Inez Fung, Ndola Prata, Xochitl Castaneda, Michael Hanemann, Art Reingold, Wayne Getz, and Tomas Aragon.

http://globalhealth.berkeley.edu/cgph/

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