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[The Guardian] Current emissions pledges will lead to catastrophic climate breakdown, says UN

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[CNN] Watch: US warns China might have military capability to seize Taiwan in 2027

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Professor of Government at Claremont McKenna College

Elizabeth Remick PhD

Associate Professor of Political Science at Tufts University, School of Arts and Sciences

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[WAPO] The U.S. is the world’s largest oil producer. You’ll still pay more for gas.

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Jennifer Layke

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Director of Energy Research & Analysis at Union of Concerned Scientists

Nicole Ghio

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Director, Energy, Climate Change & Extractive Industries Program , Inter-American Dialogue at Inter-American Dialogue

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Kimberly Arriola PhD MPH
Academic dean and professor at  Emory University, School of Medicine Atlanta, GA • United States English

Dr. Arriola's research interests include HIV/AIDS among correctional populations, organ and tissue donation among African Americans, & breast cancer education & treatment support for the underserved.

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health equity
public health
underserved populations
underserved communities
access to healthcare
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incarcerated populations
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communities of color