Climate Change: The Defining Health Challenge and Opportunity of the 21st Century, a Lancet Countdown Event

Please join us on:

Wednesday, November 1
Talk with reception to follow: 5-7 p.m.
Goldman Theater and Wolf Gallery, David Brower Center, Berkeley CA



The Lancet Countdown—an international research collaboration that tracks progress on the relationships between human health and climate change—will release its first annual Countdown Report tracking climate change and health indicators across five key domains on Oct. 31. Our panelists will discuss the implications of the report and California’s role as the U.S. leader in climate change mitigation policy.

This event is free and open to the public, however please register using this form if you plan to attend. If the event reaches capacity, registered guests will receive priority seating until 10 minutes before the scheduled start of the talk.

September 2017: COEH in the Media


Kent Pinkerton is featured on CBS Sacramento: Davis Researchers Consider Health Risks Of Firefighting Chemicals, Pesticides. Includes video.

Paul Blanc is featured on University of California TV: Fake Silk: The Lethal History of Viscose Rayon with Dr. Paul Blanc. Includes video.

Patton Nguyen, student of S. Katharine Hammond is featured on the School of Public Health’s School News: Berkeley Public Health Undergrad to Study Second-Hand Marijuana Smoke as UC Smoke- and Tobacco-Free Fellow.

Irva Hertz-Picciotto is featured on Ensia: What Does the Environment Have to do With Autism? Includes video.

Michael Jerrett is cited on Loma Linda University Health News: Loma Linda University Researchers Awarded $1.4 million NIH Grant to Study Tobacco Control in Asia.

Asa Bradman is quoted on Reuters: Energy-Efficient Green Buildings May Emit Hazardous Chemicals.

Irva Hertz-Picciotto is cited on EurekAlert!: Folic Acid May Mitigate Autism Risk From Pesticides.