The COVID-19 Pandemic: Juneteenth and back to COVID’s inequalities, and Ashish JhaJun 20, 2022
Jonathan Samet, MD, MS
Dean, Colorado School of Public Health
Keeping workers and their communities safe, healthy, and productive in the midst of changing work environments.
The Climate, Work & Health Initiative is an interdisciplinary group of researchers and public health practitioners whose mission is to play a proactive role in identifying and promoting climate-resilient workplaces, workforces, and communities. We are dedicated to keeping workers and their families safe, healthy, and productive by preventing and reducing health impacts from the effects of changing work environments and exposures.
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