2015 WHO Global Health Histories Events Now Available Online

If you missed any of the live WHO Global Health Histories events this year you are now able to catch up with them via CGHH’s YouTube channel. You can listen to the presentations, view the powerpoints, and hear the Q & A sessions afterwards. Just visit www.youtube.com/CGHHYork.
Events included are:

‘Traditional Medicine & Ayurveda’ with Professor Madhulika Banerjee (University of Delhi) & Dr Zhang Qi (WHO)

Reasearch Colloquium on Climate Change, Food and Human Sustainability. Fellowships available now.

“Climate Change, Food, and Human Sustainability”

The 2016 CrossCurrents / Auburn Research Colloquium will be held in July in New York City. Research fellows work on a research or writing project related to the theme of “Climate Change, Food, and Human Sustainability,” with access to libraries and research facilities at Columbia University, Union, Auburn, and Jewish Theological Seminaries.

Films screening at Women and Climate Change festival during UN Summit in Paris

Dear Colleagues,

Three Video Project films were selected for screening at an international film festival organized around the theme Women and Climate Change during the UN Climate Summit in Paris.

The three films are:

THE HUNGRY TIDE
www.videoproject.com/hungrytide.html
Personalizes Maria Timmon's determined fight for survival of her central Pacific nation of Kiribati, one of the first countries that will vanish as a result of rising sea levels caused by climate change.

CfP: Climate Change and Policy

Last month, I issued a CFP (see original below) for a special issue of the Marine Corps University Journal, focusing on climate change and policy. We have accepted several proposals for papers from well-established, published authors, but we are still looking for a few articles covering different aspects of the issue. Specifically, I am very interested in acquiring a political science perspective on climate change denial and partisan politics, a scientific perspective on realistic policy changes, and economic perspective (domestic or foreign).

CFP: Climate Change and Policy

Last month, I issued a CFP (see original below) for a special issue of the Marine Corps University Journal, focusing on climate change and policy. We have accepted several proposals for papers from well-established, published authors, but we are still looking for a few articles covering different aspects of the issue. Specifically, I am very interested in acquiring a political science perspective on climate change denial and partisan politics, a scientific perspective on realistic policy changes, and economic perspective (domestic or foreign).

Research Colloquium: Climate Change, Food and Human Sustainability

The 2016 CrossCurrents / Auburn Research Colloquium will be held in July in New York City. Research fellows work on a research or writing project related to the theme of “Climate Change, Food, and Human Sustainability,” with access to libraries and research facilities at Columbia University, Union, Auburn, and Jewish Theological Seminaries.

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