Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

Is There a Place for Environmental Justice in Global Health?

February 8, 2018 Edge Effects

Senior Fellow Alex Nading in Edge Effects, "Occupational health experts compare the work of planting and harvesting sugarcane to running a half marathon in 90-plus degree weather, going home and going to sleep, and doing the same thing again for the next five days. Even though this is physically taxing work, there are no other jobs as reliable as this one in this part of the world."

Is There a Place for Environmental Justice in Global Health? (written by Alex Nading) – Edge Effects