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Harvard press conference on climate & health - Shared screen with speaker view
Skye Flanigan
05:42
After the opening remarks, we will take questions via the chatbox. Please add your name, location and question and we will do our best to get to as many questions as possible. We will take them one by one. If we don’t get to your question we can follow up by email after the webinar. Contact: Anna Miller amiller@hsph.harvard.edu.
Anna Miller
23:36
You can read more about this study here: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/04/07/climate/air-pollution-coronavirus-covid.html
ellen.cowhey
26:02
Are there any studies about other influences on more deaths among African Americans—genetically? I’m thinking of higher rates of sickle cell in this population, and other specific differences. What kind of research is being done to look at this angle?
Lance Nelson
44:04
When it comes to COVID-19, is there going to be a significant health risk to those who don’t catch it sooner – primarily if the virus comes back stronger?
Lauren P
49:38
How a student publication can cover how climate change is connection with COVID-19, or what sources for these stories could be?
Isabelle
53:47
How can journalists illustrate that Coronavirus is climate change on "warp speed" and connect it to readers from all socioeconomic backgrounds?
Lance Nelson
01:07:07
Thank you for your time.
Anna Miller
01:07:24
Email amiller@hsph.harvard.edu for any follow-up questions
Isabelle
01:07:34
Thank you for hosting!