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The Piedmont Project emerged as a grassroots effort on the part of a group of faculty to strengthen Emory's engagement with environmental issues and sustainability. At the heart of the project is a curriculum development effort that seeks to foster an invigorated intellectual community to address global issues and local sustainability challenges.

Amy Webb-Girard: Sustainable Food and Access


Robert Agnew: Climate Change and Crime


Karen Hegtvedt & Cathryn Johnson: Environmental Citizenship


Paige Tolbert: Air Quality


Uriel Kitron: Reducing Infectious Disease


Jeremy Hess: Health Impacts of Climate Change


William Buzbee: Climate Change Law and Policy


Craig Hill: Sustainable Fuel Source


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