With special guest Dr. Elizabeth Garland: pediatrician and Professor of Environmental Medicine and Public Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
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With special guests Nell Curtin (Boston University), Jack Kelly (Northeastern University), and Dr. Nathan Phillips: Earth & Environment Professor at Boston University and Acting Director of BU’s Sustainable Neighborhood Lab.
With special guests Joe Perrotta (Marist College), Melani Zuckerman (Boston University), and Dr. Julie Klinger: Professor of Geography at the University of Delaware and author of the award-winning book “Rare Earth Frontiers: From Terrestrial Subsoils to Lunar Landscapes.”
With special guests Frank Serpe (Boston University), Katherine Wright (Boston University), and Rick Reibstein: Lecturer at Boston University and Founder and Director of the Coalition for a Public Conversation on Lead.
With special guests Leo Brother (Elon University), Velina Georgi (College of Charleston), and Dr. Sarah Phillips: Professor of History at Boston University and author of “This Land, This Nation: Conservation, Rural America, and the New Deal.”