All articles related to "disasters and conflict":

Waging peace, saving lives

[ Spring/Summer 2011 ] A renowned physician explains how defeating militarism could solve global health problems. During his career, Harvard School of Public Health’s Bernard Lown has traveled two roads. The First Road unraveled the secrets of sudden…

Risk to U.S. from Japan radiation low, expert says

March 29, 2011 -- A radiation expert at Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH), says that radiation leakage from the continuing nuclear disaster in Japan poses little risk to the U.S. Edward Maher, adjunct lecturer on environmental science, told AOL's DailyFinance.com on March…

Marcus leads disaster-readiness summit

A group of 100 Milwaukee business and governmental leaders recently role-played a terrorist attack scenario at The Meta-Leadership Summit for Preparedness, run in partnership with HSPH and Harvard Kennedy School's National Preparedness Leadership Initiative. Co-Director Leonard Marcus is…