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Environmental & Human Health

These pieces explore both the health of our environment and how human activity alters key human health determinants, like air quality, food safety, water systems and sanitation.

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Chiara Pappalardo, Climate & Energy, Spring 2022

The Energy Transition Calls on All of Us

Chiara Pappalardo, International Economic Law Fellow at Georgetown University Law Center discusses the current limitations within environmental curriculum and how integration of different disciplines is important in cultivating thinkers capable of effectuating the energy transition.

June 17, 2022

Arts & Culture, Maya Snyder, Spring 2022, What We’re Reading

What We’re Reading: Once There Were Wolves

Common Home editor Maya Snyder reviews Once There Were Wolves by Charlotte McConaghy.

June 13, 2022

Climate & Energy, Environmental Justice, Malina Brannen, Spring 2022

Climate Migration: the Change We Aren’t Talking About

Georgetown college student Malina Brannen breaks down the relationship between climate change and immigration policy and looks at the current state of policy domestically and internationally.

June 10, 2022