Drawdown Georgia: What’s Health Got to Do with It?
This workshop will explore climate change-related threats to public health in Georgia and examine steps people can take to protect their health AND lessen their carbon footprint. The workshop will also address environmental/climate justice, health equity and resilience building in communities throughout Georgia.
Neha Pathak, MD, DipABLM and Na’Taki Osborne Jelks will co-lead this workshop. Pathak is board certified in both internal medicine and lifestyle medicine. She is a founding member of Georgia Clinicians for Climate Action and on the board of directors for Georgia Interfaith Power and Light (GIPL). Jelks is a nationally-recognized leader in engaging urban communities and youth of color in environmental stewardship through hands-on watershed and land restoration initiatives, environmental education, and training.
Part of GIPL's Eco-Faith from Home: 30 Days of Climate Action: