Serious Human Health Impacts and the Growing Existential Threat of Global Climate Change
Dr.Karim Ahmed is the Director of International Program, National Council for Science and the Environment, Washington, DC. Dr.Karim Ahmed is an internationally recognised expert in the field of environmental sciences, natural resource management, technology assessment and public health. One of his speciality areas relates to the human health impacts of air- and water-borne pollutants on adults and children, and in the evaluation of health risks of toxic substances, agricultural chemicals, unsafe consumer products and other hazardous materials. Dr. Ahmed’s spheres of interest span physical biochemistry, systems analysis, computational biology and mathematical physics.He will be presenting on "Serious Human Health Impacts and the Growing Existential Threat of Global Climate Change."