The George Washington University offers a variety of courses and programs to train the next generation in addressing the health consequences of climate change.
The Milken Institute School of Public Health offers a variety of courses that focus on the research, social dimensions, human, and environmental effects of climate change. Courses offered include "Sustainable Energy and the Environment", "Social Dimensions in Climate Change and Health", "Researching Climate Change and Health", and "Global Climate Change and Air Pollution" .
The School of Medicine and Health Sciences trains its medical students in how to be innovative clinicians that are at the forefront of addressing clinical aspects of climate change on human health.
[email protected] Concentration in Climate and Health - Coming Fall 2022!
Online, 45 credit hours
The Mission of the Climate and Health [email protected] concentration is to train individuals to assess environmental exposures and public health risks associated with anthropogenic climate change, and to mitigate these health risks through taking a systems approach that considers crisis phenomena, such as COVID-19, climate-sensitive programming, and public policies.