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The Kickoff Meeting of the Climate-LEAD Project

The project, Climate Effects on Localized Environmental Health Disparities in Overburdened Texas Communities Along the Gulf Coast (Climate-LEAD), aims to predict and mitigate the short/mid/long-term health impacts of climate change-amplified air pollution and water insecurity in coastal Texas. This project received $1.5 million in funding from the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM), and Dr. Lei Zou is the principal investigator (PI) in this project.


On October 11th, the kickoff meeting of the Climate-LEAD project was held by Dr. Lei Zou. In this meeting, all co-PIs from the Department of Environmental & Occupational Health, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and School of Architecture, as well as GearLab members, were invited. During the meeting, Dr. Lei Zou briefly introduced the team and the project and all members engaged in a discussion about future work.


Figure 1. Project Introduction

Presenter: Dr. Lei Zou

Figure 2. Project Introduction

Presenter: Dr. Lei Zou







Congratulations to Dr. Lei Zou and other GearLab members, and we look forward to hearing more achievements and works from GEAR Lab! Gig'em!

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