Merging Building Science with Health Science: The Impact of Buildings on Health, Comfort and Productivity, March 10 at 12 noon

  • 10 Mar 2016
Event Description

Merging Building Science with Health Science:
The Impact of Buildings on Health, Comfort and Productivity

March 10, 12:30–1:30 pm
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, FXB G-12

Join Dr. Joseph Allen and Dr. Memo Cedeno for this Director's Lecture Series installment.

What does the future of sustainability and human health look like?

This spring, the Center for Health and the Global Environment will be hosting a Director's Lecture Series showcasing how its latest research is re-envisioning health and sustainability. This series will offer deep insight into many of the research programs and initiatives at the Center which are tackling some of the biggest sustainability challenges of the 21st century.

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