The Human Rights Initiative invites you to a lecture, “Making Climate Change a Health Issue: The Lancet/University College of London Commission on Climate Change” by Dr. Nora Groce from the University College London, on Monday, November 23 from 3:30-5 p.m. at 206 Ingraham.
Learn more about Dr. Nora Groce
Professor Nora Groce is the Leonard Cheshire Chair and director of the Leonard Cheshire Disability and Inclusive Development Centre at University College London. A medical anthropologist, working in global health and international development with particular emphasis on health and poverty among vulnerable populations, she served as a member of the Lancet/University College London’s Commission on Climate Change, looking at the potential impact of climate change on at-risk populations in the developing world. Professor Groce has published widely, and regularly serves as a consultant to various United Nations, governmental, and NGO organizations.
This is co-sponsored with the Nelson Institute and Global Health.