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Researchers Incorporate Marginalized Voices in Climate Change Solutions

This article written by Deborah Strange, first appeared on the NC State news site. It features 3 NC State researchers including Dr. Angela Harris from our department.  Harris’s research interests include water quality, sanitation, and human health issues related to the environmentally mediated transmission of pathogens. She has worked in Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Bangladesh and Indonesia as well as testing water quality in North Carolina. Given the complexities between environmental contamination and human health, her approach to research underscores the importance of engaging with multiple stakeholders to address disparities in environmental health, particularly when considering climate change impacts. Read the original article here.