There’s a lot of progress being made to combat climate change—and it’s important to highlight it to motivate people to push for more, according to Harvard Chan School’s Marcy Franck.
In U.S. territories in the Caribbean, cases of dengue are on the rise in children because of inequities in the effects of climate change and the accessibility of vaccines, according to experts.
Experts say that climate change may be leading to worse pollen allergy seasons, as trees and plants such as ragweed are producing pollen sooner because warmer weather is starting earlier in the year.
Stronger regulations lowering levels of fine particulate air pollutants (PM2.5) would benefit the health of all Americans, but Black Americans and low-income Americans would likely reap the most benefits, including a lower risk of premature death, according to…
Speaking to The Boston Globe, several experts from Harvard Chan School offered their perspectives on how hospitals and health systems will cope with continuing climate change and extreme weather events.
A group of researchers led by faculty at Harvard Chan School are beginning a project aimed at mitigating the impact of extreme weather events on populations in South Asia.
Long-term exposure to air pollution may lead to higher risk of depression later in life, according to a new study led by Harvard Chan School.
Stefania Papatheodorou, lecturer in epidemiology, discusses the implications of a new study that linked higher temperatures with impaired fetal growth, and how pregnant people can protect themselves during days of extreme heat.
It’s possible to design buildings that have better ventilation and that also use less energy, according to Harvard Chan School’s Joseph Allen.
People may be less likely to choose red meat items from menus that include labeling about foods’ climate impact.