Climate of Health and Hope: New Opportunities for Public Health Professionals

Featuring a conversation with Angela M. Chalk, Executive Director, Health Community Services, Past President Louisiana, Public Health Association, Mariah Norwood, Infectious Disease American Indian Liaison, Minnesota Department of Health, and Jaylan Jacobs, Co-President, Emory Climate Analysis and Solutions Team.

A growing number of public health professionals find themselves responding to the urgent health impacts of climate change, whether they are prepared for this work, or not. Learn about new initiatives to bolster public health support for local and national climate solutions in this special Let’s Talk Climate episode co-hosted by APHA’s Center for Climate, Health and Equity and Climate for Health. Join us as we discuss the role public health professionals can play to build resilience and center equity, and the growing opportunities to train the current and future workforce to address the climate emergency.

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