Undisciplined: Healthy Forests, Healthy People
Stopping the decimation of rainforests is unquestionably important to slowing climate change. But simply protecting forests often excludes and disenfranchises local communities. This week we’re talking about a different way of addressing this problem — a pairing of ecology with healthcare.
We're joined by three members of the research team that have studied ten years' of data to determine the impacts healthcare has on logging in Borneo.
Kinari Webb is the founder of Health in Harmony. Isabel Jones is a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Berkeley and the lead author of the study. Sanna Sokolow is a disease ecologist, veterinarian, and associate fellow at Stanford’s Center for Innovation in Global Health.