Categories: Behavior Analysis/Change, Climate Change, Peak Petroleum, Policy
Assistant Scientist, Dept of Environmental Health Sciences
Bloomberg School of Public Health
- Climate change policy initiatives for Maryland and nationally.
- How global environmental issues, including climate change, are communicated in a way to motivate behavior change.
- The interplay between peak oil and climate change.
- Working with communities to solve local and global environmental problems and sustainable development issues.
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Frumkin, H., Hess, J., Parker, C.L., Schwartz, B.S. (2011). "Peak Petroleum: Fuel for Public Health Debate." American Journal of Public Health, 101(9), pp. 1542.
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