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This month's Champion is Tanjila Taskin, a graduate research assistant at the University of North Texas Health Science Center who intends to pursue a career in environmental epidemiology. Read what she has to say about mental health, climate -- and ecoAmerica communication guides!

Catch up with what's been happening in politics, energy, communications, medicine, and more.

When President Donald J. Trump announced on June 1 that he intends to withdraw the United States from the 2015 Paris Agreement, many of us were disappointed, even stunned. But then something remarkable happened.

What's the news across the nation? We have got the information.

Is this the right place to discuss climate and health? A recent medical school graduate says yes.

Catch up with last week's climate and health news.

Jennifer Tabola, Mark Shimamoto

"Planetary health" is a multidisciplinary approach to addressing the health of human civilizations and the state of the natural systems on which they depend. In this context, climate change is just one focus among many interrelated topics.  

Holiday weekend got you a little behind on climate and health news? We'll catch you up.

During its Annual Meeting & Expo last fall, the American Public Health Association and Climate for Health’s parent organization, ecoAmerica, held the first-ever Learning Institute: "Climate Change and Health: Building Your Expertise and

Here's your update on last week's climate and health-related news.