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Newswise: Q&A: Professor Offers Prescription to Better Explain Climate and Health
Released: 9-Aug-2022 2:05 PM EDT
Q&A: Professor Offers Prescription to Better Explain Climate and Health
University of Oregon

Health professionals could better communicate the health effects of climate change by using information that promotes action rather than confusion, according to a recent article by a University of Oregon researcher.

     
Released: 15-Nov-2009 7:35 PM EST
Expert Available to Speak About U.S. Military Base Impacts in Asia
University of Oregon

As President Obama visits Asia and topics include the U.S. military presence in Okinawa and other locations, Mark Gillem is available to provide information about land use decisions by the U.S. military.

Released: 19-Sep-2008 1:00 PM EDT
'No Time to Lose' to Start Thinking Sustainability
University of Oregon

In a new book, the director of the University of Oregon's Climate Leadership Initiative says that addressing human contributions to global warming requires a mindset tuned to "The Power of Sustainable Thinking." The book targets decision makers in the public and private sectorbut is accessible to "anyone interested in changing thinking and behavior about the climate and sustainability."

Released: 12-Dec-2007 1:00 PM EST
Experts: Civil Liberties & Social Justice
University of Oregon

University of Oregon experts: civil disobedience; freedom of speech/Constitutional; immigration; Pakistan, South Asia and Muslim societies; women in Muslim world; poverty, genocide and Darfur; poverty and women; racial inequality; racial politics; social inequality; and violence against women.

Released: 16-Nov-2007 9:00 AM EST
People Matter, Too, When Looking at Climate Change
University of Oregon

Ron Mitchell, a political scientist at the University of Oregon, is part of an initiative promoting interdisciplinary action through his role in DISCCRS, an National Science Foundation-funded project.


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