What We're Reading: June & July 2017

June and July’s latest and greatest reads on environmental conservation, global health, and everything in between.

1. QUIZ: "How Much Do You Know About Solving Global Warming?" by Tatiana Schlossberg in New York Times

Suggested by Founder, Dr. Kinari Webb, "This is a great quiz about climate change solutions that has some big surprises. Note saving rain forests is ranked number 5 out of 100. But number one was something I hadn’t even realized was still a problem!"

 

2. COMMENTARY: "One planet regions: planetary health at the local level" by Trevor Hancock, et. al in The Lancet Planetary Health

Suggested by Executive Director, Jonathan Jennings.

 

3. NEWSLETTER: Global Health NOW Newsletter from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Suggested by Communications and Outreach Manager, Darya Minovi, "For anyone interested in global health, I would highly recommend signing up for Johns Hopkins' Global Health NOW daily newsletter. It is chock full of interesting and relevant news on all things global health - from medicine and social sciences to planetary health. I look forward to getting this email in my inbox each day!"

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About Darya Minovi | View all posts by Darya Minovi

Darya is the Communications and Outreach Manager at Health In Harmony, based in Portland, OR. After studying Public Health and Environmental Policy at the College of William and Mary, Darya knew she wanted to dedicate her career to protecting human and environmental health. When she's not at work, you can find Darya enjoying the great outdoors, exploring Portland's farmers markets, or watching live music.