Episode 112. How is Climate Change Affecting Public Health? An Interview with Ronda Seifert, RN, BSN, IBCLC 

Increased heat, drought, wildfires, floods, declining water supplies, reduced agricultural yields are just some of the many ways climate change is affecting our daily lives. Working in public health in Arizona,  Registered Nurse Ronda Seifert sees the toll on public health first hand. In this episode, she shares her personal* insights and experiences with Rose and Christine

Note: *Ms Seifert is sharing her own views, not those of her employer.*

Recurring Segments Include:

  • Good news stories
  • One action tip to for you to create change
  • A weekly sanity tip to keep you calm(er) in the face of climate overwhelm


Person of Note : Ronda Seifert

Video: Diana Hernández, PhD, of Columbia University describes a framework for understanding energy, the built environment, and health among vulnerable populations in the context of climate change:

Action Step: Look into Citizen’s Climate Lobby for ideas to help you get more involved

Sanity Tip:  Do something you absolutely love!