Global Health & Climate Change with Prof. Kathryn Bowen and Prof. Tony Capon

Episode 3 July 23, 2020 00:42:11
Global Health & Climate Change with Prof. Kathryn Bowen and Prof. Tony Capon
Dyason House Podcast
Global Health & Climate Change with Prof. Kathryn Bowen and Prof. Tony Capon
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Show Notes

Climate change is a broad-reaching and dangerous threat, one which is no longer avoidable. Its impacts range from the environmental to the political, and intersect with international affairs on many fronts. Join James Cafferky in a double-feature interview of Professors Kathryn Bowen, and Tony Capon, in unpacking how they conceptualise the multi-faceted relationship between climate change and global health security.

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