Tag Archives: 2017

High risk U.S. policy on climate change

The British Medical Journal has published an editorial by Mason 4C Professor Mona Sarfaty titled High Risk US Policy on Climate Change. As a family medicine physician, a health policy expert, and now as Director of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health, Dr. Sarfaty is uniquely qualified to comment on the health implications of recent…
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High risk US policy on climate change

As a family medicine physician, a health policy expert, and now as Director of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health, Dr. Mona Sarfaty is uniquely qualified to comment on the health implications of recent White House Executive Order rescinding, revising and reviewing regulatory decisions and authorities of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)…
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Takin’ It to the Mall: Consumer Activism on Global Warming

In our published scientific article: The consumer as climate activist, we found that Americans are more likely to engage in consumer activism than political activism to combat global warming, and it’s on the rise. Yet most Americans don’t realize that consumer activism can influence companies. And even those that do seek to influence companies are…
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