These disasters threaten human lives and property while spreading environmental devastation, smoke and air pollution, with especially severe health consequences for those with asthma, the very young and the elderly. Join Stanford scholars for this research briefing that will explore wildfire in California, linkages between fires and public health, and innovative methods for protecting and preserving California’s forests.

Join Stanford scholars for this research briefing that will explore wildfire in California, linkages between fires and public health, and innovative methods for protecting and preserving California’s forests.

Event Details

Keynote Speaker: TBA
Moderator: Chris Field, Perry L. McCarty Director, Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment
Panelists: Noah Diffenbaugh, Kara J Foundation Professor of Earth System Science; Kimmelman Family Senior Fellow, Stanford Woods Institute
Dr. Kari Nadeau, Director of the Sean N. Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research
Benjamin Bryant, Postdoctoral Scholar, Natural Capital Project & Water in the West
  Reception to follow

Registration

There is no fee, but you must register to attend. Click here to register.