Agents of Change: New fellows seek to reimagine science communication

Breaking through the echo chamber with new voices grounded in science, community, and equity.

We are excited to announce our second round of Agents of Change in Environmental Health fellows.

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Why I'm dedicated to amplifying neglected voices in environmental health

I am impatient for change. The world's environmental and social problems are growing and spreading like wildfires.

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Por qué me dedico a amplificar las voces olvidadas en la salud ambiental

Estoy impaciente por el cambio. Los problemas ambientales y sociales del mundo están creciendo y extendiéndose como incendios forestales.

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