Urban Air Quality: A Global Health Crisis Panel Discussion

Description: 
Urban Air Quality: A Global Health Crisis Panel Discussion This event is free and open to the public, light refreshments will be provided In the theme of sustainability we ask you to bring your own reusable beverage container Air Quality is quickly becoming a global health crisis, especially in highly urbanized areas. Urban air pollution depends on many factors, ranging from meteorological conditions to geographic factors. Our panel consists of experts in urban air quality and will bring new insights to this topic. Panelists: 1. Kerry Ard, Professor - School of Environmental and Natural Resources, The Ohio State University 2. Ayaz Hyder, Professor - College of Public Health, The Ohio State University 3. Carolyn Watkins, Chief, Office of Environmental Education; Administrator, Diesel Emission Reduction Programs, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 4. Brooke White, Senior Air Quality Specialist, Mid- Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC)
Event date: 
Friday, September 6, 2019 - 12:00pm
Event location: 
Thompson Library Room 165
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