By 2050, some 143 million people could be displaced from their homes by drought, rising seas, soaring temperatures and other climate-related disasters. Please join the Center for Humanitarian Health at the Bloomberg School of Public Health for a hybrid student seminar on "Climate Change, Health, and Humanitarian Assistance"Tues March 15th from 12 p.m.-1 p.m. EDT, held in room W3008 and via Zoom for those who are unable to attend in person.

During this one-hour seminar, we will explore the ways in which climate change and environmental degradation are impacting the nature of humanitarian emergencies, and discuss practical considerations in planning health and humanitarian interventions in the context of the climate crisis.

To register, click here.

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