Thursday, May 1, 2014
1:00 - 4 pm PST WEBCAST
Sierra Hearing Room, Cal/EPA Sacramento.
"Climate Change and Health:
'Finding Opportunities for Action within Local Health
Our meeting will be focused on opportunities for action on
climate change and public health at the local level. Dr. Linda
Rudolph from the Public Health Institute will be presenting their
Framework, followed by a panel of 3 local health departments.
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Kathy Dervin, MPH
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