Join the Environmental League of Massachusetts this Earth Month for "Climate &..." a weekly lunchtime webinar series featuring timely conversations on intersectional climate issues.
In these four sessions, we will convene a diverse array of thought leaders to explore how Massachusetts can fight the climate crisis while building a healthy, green, just, and prosperous future for the people of the Commonwealth.
This webinar will examine the intersection of Climate & Health with:
Dr. Natalia Linos- She is a social epidemiologist, a member of ELM's Action Fund Board, and the Executive Director of the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard. She serves on the Poor People’s Campaign COVID-19 Health Justice Advisory Committee and has previously worked for the United Nations and New York City Department of Health.
Rep. Dr. Jon Santiago - He serves as the Massachusetts State Representative for the 9th Suffolk District and is an Emergency Room physician at Boston Medical Center. Rep. Dr. Santiago also serves as a Captain in the U.S. Army Reserve and served as a Peace Corps volunteer in the Dominican Republic.
Kevin Bartlett - Kevin Bartlett, Global Head of Environmental Sustainability and Risk at Takeda has extensive experience with developing, implementing and maintaining EHS and sustainability programs with several companies in the Greater Boston Area. He’s responsible for guiding Takeda’s Environmental Sustainability Program to meet their aggressive climate, natural resource and product stewardship targets.
Dr. Jonathan E. Slutzman - He is the Director of the Center for the Environment and Health and the Medical Director for Environmental Sustainability at Massachusetts General Hospital. Prior to his career in medicine, he was a consulting environmental engineer and now focuses his work on the financial and environmental costs of healthcare.
This panel is made possible through the generous support of Takeda.