public health

George Washington University
The main character in the story is a GW international student who will show you the appropriate steps to keep safe as the spread of coronavirus.
SUNY School of Environmental Science and Forestry
So much of the pollution of our water and public health risks can be traced back to pollution from excess fertilizer application by the agriculture industry.
SUNY ESF
My story concerns the expansion of the built environment and its possible effects on public health and socio-spatial inequality

A homeless encampment in Seattle from 2018. (David Lee/Flickr)

Seattle, WA
When I leave my apartment in the Chinatown neighborhood of Seattle I see lush green trees, the VA medical building sitting atop a hill, Mt. Rainer off in the distance, and a man with all of his possessions in a rundown van. 
George Washington University
I have always known that zero hunger is one of the 17 sustainability goals but I have never really known what that truly meant until now, having worked this semester with Martha's Table.
George Washington University
"The 92 Percent" aims to raise awareness about the consequences of climate change on children's health, highlight the important work pediatricians and parents are doing in this space, and inspire action to create a healthier world for future... Read More
SUNY Environmental Science and Forestry
Sustainable business practices are being adopted by companies globally for many reasons. Healthy work environment, healthy communities, and a healthy planet.

(International Rice Research Institute)

UW-Madison
Opposition to golden rice has prevented a potential cure for a vitamin A deficiency from reaching millions of people who need it most.

My mother and me before her accident.

George Washington University
The true story of my mother's heroism, her tragic bond to Bhopal, and how she taught me to grow (up) organically.
Air pollution smoke rising from a plant tower

Smoke rises from a plant tower, polluting the air. (Public Domain)

State University College at Buffalo
Susan Anenberg, an expert in public health and environmental science, sat down with Planet Forward to discuss the implications that unchecked pollution can have on human life.

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