Bard CEP to Host Webinar on Public Health Impacts of the Clean Power Plan

Kathy Fallon Lambert from Harvard Forest presents Public Health Impacts of the Clean Power Plan on the Bard CEP National Climate Webinar
Feb 23, 2016 2:10 PM ET
Press Release

ANNANDALE-ON-HUDSON, N.Y., February 23rd, 2016/3BL Media/ On February 24th, the Bard Center for Environmental Policy hosts the National Climate Webinar featuring Kathy Fallon Lambert, Science & Policy Integration Director of Harvard Forest at Harvard University. Kathy will join us to discuss public health impacts of the EPA's Clean Power Plan. Kathy graduated in 1992 from Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Science with her Master's in Forest Science.  She has been with the Harvard Forest since 2010 where her research focuses on putting data to work for people and the planet. 

"The human health effects of carbon emissions from power plants are a key environmental outcome of the CPP, we look forward to hearing Kathy's take on this fundamental component of the administration's policy moving forward."  Eban Goodstein, Director of The Bard Center for Environmental Policy

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Audio only dial in: 408.740.7256 code: 771995443

Bard Center for Environmental Policy hosts National Climate Seminar, a webinar series, at 12pm EST. This year the series focuses on The Power Dialog featuring Bard CEP staff, faculty and students interviewing preeminent policy and science educators from leading universities and advocacy organizations regarding the recent hurdles facing the President's Clean Power Plan.  Listeners can watch live or listen to past podcasts here. Past speakers have included thought leaders from, Sierra Club, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, and many more. 
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