Story by MI Air and MI health, with Physicians for Social Responsibility. Read it here.
In spring 2012, KEF released the “Health Impact Assessment of Coal and Clean Energy Options in Kentucky,” a collaborative study that received widespread media attention and has served as a tool to explore the health impacts of energy policy options and a call to prioritize public health when making energy policy decisions.
Deborah joined the KEF staff in April 2010. She has a BA in Biology with a minor in Sustainability and Environmental studies from Berea College. She received her Masters of Public Health at the University of Kentucky with a focus on Environmental and Occupational Health.
Deborah is a returned Peace Corps volunteer having served in Uganda from 2007-2009 focusing on water and sanitation programming with Katosi Women Development Trust.
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