Dirty air is a plague on our health, causing 7 million deaths and many more preventable illnesses worldwide each year. But the solutions are clear.
- March 10, 2021Source: Yale School of Public Health
His work has taken him throughout Brazil and lead to many collaborations and partnerships that thrive to this day.
- February 24, 2021Source: Yale Climate Connections
As countries rebuild their economies, they could help speed the transition to renewable energy. Dr. Robert Dubrow, Yale Center on Climate Change and Health, "says as countries rebuild, they have an opportunity to accelerate the transition to clean, renewable energy. And that would help solve another public health crisis: climate change."
- January 19, 2021
More pollution in the air could be linked to higher rates of mental health service utilization, researchers at the Yale School of Public Health found in a new study.
- December 30, 2020Source: YaleNews
While Black, Latinx, and Indigenous Americans are dying from COVID-19 at nearly three times the rate of white Americans, Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, an associate professor of internal medicine, public health, and management at Yale, worries that many people in these communities will be reluctant to receive the vaccines.
- December 09, 2020
Yale School of Public Health professors Robert Dubrow, Jodi Sherman and Matthew Eckelman are among the co-authors of the new Lancet Countdown report on climate change.
- December 07, 2020Source: YaleNews
Greenhouse gas emissions associated with the American health care system continued to rise in the past decade — accounting for 8% of total U.S. emissions — and remains the largest emitter of any country.
- November 10, 2020
Applying for a federally-funded research grant can be a daunting experience for any early career scientist.
- November 05, 2020Source: WTNH News8
After extensive research Yale public health experts are raising concerns over Connecticut’s changing climate. Results of a recent study reveal that if conditions are left untreated they could result in serious health consequences.
- October 26, 2020Source: Yale Daily News
Students in the Masters of Public Health program can now participate in the School of Public Health’s new Climate Change and Health Concentration.