TED Lecture: A novel approach to environmental health

Recently, I watched a TED video that puts a quirky spin on urban planning, design and environmental interventions. The video covers Natalie Jeremijenko, a professor at NYU who has started xDesign Environmental Health Clinic.

xDesign, unlike a traditional clinic, seeks to ‘prescribe creative health solutions for the environment’ through a combination of science, art and design. At first glance, projects like talking to fish and getting mice drunk may seem a bit out there but the method behind Jeremijenko’s madness is fascinating.

– Caitlan Cullen, 2nd year MPL, Concentration: Transportation

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