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Medical journals reluctant to take on racism, critics say

An editor’s departure at JAMA is bringing calls for a sharper focus on racism and its consequences.
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#PodcastAmbiental: ¿Qué pasaría si desaparecen los bosques de manglar?

¿Cuáles son sus principales amenazas? ¿Qué pasaría si se pierden estos bosques? ¿Qué se está haciendo para restaurarlos y conservarlos?

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Living Downstream Podcast: Bronx COVID cases show potential air pollution link to higher death risk

Residents living in the shadow of the busy Cross Bronx Expressway are among the New Yorkers who face added environmental hazards in the borough hit hardest by the pandemic.

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Listen to a changing planet through these 5 climate podcasts

Understanding the climate crisis is tough. Let these audio storytellers help you understand the problems, and potential solutions.
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Climate

Listen to climate change podcasts

Understanding the climate crisis is tough. Let these audio storytellers help you understand the problems, and potential solutions.
Originals

A Listen into Landscape

Environmental coverage often paints a dismal picture: sea level rise flooding coastal communities, climate change and hurricanes destroying neighborhoods, or coal ash or hog waste seeping into local waterways and drinking water.

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LISTEN: The howls and huffs of our first National Park

Let's take a listen into Yellowstone National Park, the oldest and one of the most idyllic public spaces available to the American public.

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LISTEN: Innovation, not trees. How Bill Gates plans to save the planet.

He has billions to donate for crises from coronavirus to climate change, and more hope now that Trump is out of office.
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LISTEN: Michelle Gin on the role of government in advancing beauty justice

Michelle Gin joined the Agents of Change in Environmental Health podcast and talked about being a first-generation college graduate, what it's like working with businesses while also holding them accountable, and strategies for communicating environmental risk to different populations.

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On the green fence

Germany's meat industry kills over 750 million animals per year, with dire consequences for the environment. Meat eaters Neil King and Gabriel Borrud face uncomfortable truths as they seek ways out of the meat paradox.
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LISTEN: Ans Irfan’s vision for progress and equity in global public health

Ans Irfan joined the Agents of Change in Environmental Justice podcast to talk about his path from Pakistan to public health—and how the field can and should place equity and justice at its core.

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Living on Earth: Planetary Health

A healthier planet also means a healthier society. That's the basis of a 2020 book drilling down on the intersection of environmental change and human health.

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The Overpopulation Podcast: Overpopulation 101 for politicians

Is an advertising battle brewing? A member of Canada's parliament has promised to run “pro-family" ads on buses in Vancouver in response to recent ads about overpopulation.

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The Overpopulation Podcast: Yes, Canadians can help end overpopulation

Why have One Planet, One Child billboards sprouted in Vancouver, Canada? Their presence has stirred a flurry of questions, critiques and controversy, and support. World Population Balance welcomes the conversation, so we hosted a webinar on 7 October to address the questions and criticism.

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Following up with families from ‘Fractured,’ EHN’s fracking investigation in western Pennsylvania

"The series finally brought to light that we're not the only ones being impacted, that this is a serious problem across the board, and that the industry should be held accountable."

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Invasives and invasions pit humans versus nature.

Solar geoengineering: Scientists decry a 'foolish' idea

Ideas to dim the sun 'ignore the root cause' of the climate crisis – and create a cascade of unintended problems, scientists and activists say

Is it up to consumers, businesses, or politicians to tackle toxics? All of the above.

We all have a role to play in ridding our shelves of unhealthy products that are more likely to end up harming low-income families.

Fractured: The body burden of living near fracking

EHN.org scientific investigation finds western Pennsylvania families near fracking are exposed to harmful chemicals, and regulations fail to protect communities' mental, physical, and social health.

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"Now that the water is clean, now that the fish are back ... it is so clean and glorious that everybody wants to be there."

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