The Friedman School’s Daniel Maxwell is quoted about anticipatory action and early warning systems for humanitarian crises.
Friedman School Dean Dariush Mozaffarian is quoted throughout this article examining claims about the negative health impacts related to seed oils, noting that “...if you actually read the research, you’ll find that the evidence [against seed oils] is incorrect or incomplete.”
Fletcher’s Chris Miller discusses possible outcomes of the Russia-Ukraine war.
Fletcher’s Mihaela Papa examines the past 50 years of global environmental diplomacy since the 1972 Stockholm Conference and highlights potential trends for the coming decades.
Fletcher’s Mihaela Papa co-authors this piece about how Russia has built relationships with regional and international allies since the Cold War.
The Friedman School’s Daniel Maxwell comments on how the war in Ukraine is worsening existing food crises.
Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte pens this article about the social and economic impacts of extreme heat and the need for greener and equitable cooling technologies.
Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte is quoted throughout this article about how climate change and global warming is making accessibility to cooling technologies a public health necessity. A 2018 report she co-authored, “Chilling Prospects: Providing Sustainable Cooling for All,” is also linked.
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Fletcher Dean Rachel Kyte is quoted about Michael Bloomberg’s $242 million investment to promote clean energy in 10 emergent nations.