Rachel Morello-Frosch is an Associate Professor at the University of California, Berkeley working in the Department of Environmental Science Policy and Management. Her research focuses on environmental health and justice, centering on air pollution’s increased effects upon races and classes already vulnerable to other health issues due to disparities. Her work focuses on these community-based health issues and the policy-making around these issues.
Rachel Morello-Frosch spoke on Thursday, February 20th in the FHI Garage, Smith Warehouse, Bay 4. The title of her talk was “Advancing Environmental Justice In and Out of the Classroom.” Below is a summary video of Rachel’s talk.
Below is a full-length video of Rachel’s talk.
For more information, please read a recent article by Dr. Morello-Frosch entitled, “The Three Rs: How Community-Based Participatory Research Strengthens the Rigor, Relevance, and Reach of Science.”
Presented by the DHRC@FHI, The Duke Global Health Institute, The Nicholas School of the Environment and with support from RightsConnect, a Humanities Writ Large Emerging Networks Initiative.