This talk will explore the role that human health ‘co-benefits’ can play in decisions about climate mitigation policy. It will discuss the potential for health co-benefits to motivate climate action and simultaneously improve public health, as well as their limitations in doing so. Issues of health and environmental equity will be a key focus throughout the talk.


Noah Scovronick BSc, MSc, PHD
Rollins Assistant Professor, Gangarosa Department of Environmental Health, Rollins School of Public Health, Emory Universitysor

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