CIGH Human and Planetary Health Newsletter
  • In need of TAs for winter or spring courses? Please be in touch.
  • New Stanford-led paper: "Ecological and socioeconomic factors associated with the human burden of environmentally mediated pathogens: a global analysis" 
  • New Stanford-led paper: "Assessing Analytical Methods for the Rapid Detection of Lead Adulteration in the Global Spice Market" 
  • Stanford is a critical player at COP27! Read more here. Stanford is also involved with the youth-led YOUNGO group.
  • Ongoing: COP27 health pavilion. Stanford & WHO co-hosted a side event on Wildfires, Planetary and Public Health Solutions.
  • NEJM collection of resources on climate and health – including this new video on climate, pollution, and children's health based on a review article by Drs. Frederica Perera and Kari Nadeau
  • Weaponizing economics: Big Oil, economic consultants, and climate policy delay
  • Podcast feat. Desiree LaBeaud: The curious connection between plastic trash and infectious disease
  • Health implications of West Virginia vs. EPA decision
  • Role of carrots & sticks in shifting to healthier transport
  • Water insecurity in LMICs
  • Mental health benefits of immersive nature experiences – by Nicole Ardoin
  • A new climate reality – feat. Marshall Burke
  • EVENT: CIGH Faculty in Focus with Desiree LaBeaud, Nov 16, 5-6:30pm. Learn more & register here.
  • EVENT: Leaders of the Energy Justice Movement, organized by Stanford Environmental Justice Working Group. Nov 30, 12-1:20pm, Building 300, Room 300 (or Zoom here). More information attached. leaders