Climate, COVID, and Crowding- Public Health Pests Affecting Human Health, Business, and Livability
Diseases from ticks, fleas, and mosquitos are on the rise in many urban areas and the Covid-19 pandemic focused attention away from this public health issue. In this one-hour lecture, Dr. Dawn Gouge, Professor and Public Health Entomology Specialist, University of Arizona, discusses the need to prioritize pest prevention in urban planning, housing, and landscape design.
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