Climate justice: Urban vulnerability to extreme weather and the environmental justice movement in historical perspective
Learning Areas:Public health or related research
Explain how the current climate justice movements is historically grounded in the US environmental justice movement. Describe new study findings indicating that global climate change can magnify within-city health inequities in developed countries such as the US.
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: Joyce Klein Rosenthal is Assistant Professor of Urban Planning. Rosenthals research interests are in environmental planning, sustainable development, and the public health impacts of planning and urban design strategies, with a particular present focus on the spatial and social determinants of climate-related health outcomes, the subject of her Ph.D. dissertation.
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