Lecture Series Fall 2013

Location: ENVS N306

Time: 4pm

Sept. 16 – George Luber, Associate Director for Global Change, CDC: “The Health Consequences of a Changing Climate: A View from Public Health”

Sept. 30 – Jeff Brawn, Head, Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, IL: “Population Biology of Tropical Birds in a Changing World”

Oct. 21 – Eri Saikawa, Assistant Professor, ENVS, Emory: “Laughing Gas - No Laughing Matter for Climate Change and the Environment”

Nov. 4 – Brian Stone, Associate Professor of City and Regional Planning, Georgia Tech, Atlanta, GA: “Extreme Heat and Health in Cities: Notes from the Front Lines of Climate Change”

Nov. 18 – Karen Levy, Assistant Professor, Environmental Health, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory: “Climatic Drivers of Diarrheal Disease”

Dec. 2 – Daniel Rochberg, U.S. State Department, Emory (ENVS, RSPH): “The Global Fight Against Climate Change: Are We There Yet? (Where's "There", Anyway?)”