Cindy Parker

Categories: Behavior Analysis/Change, Climate Change, Peak Petroleum, Policy

Assistant Scientist, Dept of Environmental Health and Engineering
Bloomberg School of Public Health

CindyParker@jhu.eduFaculty Website

Research Areas:
  • 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.

Selected Publications

Barnett, D.J., Parker, C.L., Caine, V.A., McKee, M., Shirley, L.M., Links, J.M. (2011). "Petroleum Scarcity and Public Health: Considerations for Local Health Departments." American Journal of Public Health, 101(9), pp. 1580-1586.

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.

Parker, C.L. (2011). "Slowing Global Warming: Benefits for Patients and the Planet." American Family Physician, 84(3), pp. 271-278.

Schwartz, B.S., Parker, C.L., Hess, J., Frumkin, H. (2011). "Public Health and Medicine in an Age of Energy Scarcity: The Case of Petroleum.American Journal of Public Health, 101(9), pp. 1560-1567.

Keywords: Behavior change, Climate change, Energy policy, Environmental education, Environmental health, Environmental policy

When we tug at a single thing in nature, we find it attached to the rest of the world.
— John Muir