Christie Jones

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Christie Jones is a recent graduate of Emory University continuing her studies at the Rollins School of Public Health to earn her Master’s of Public Health. She has conducted research on the impact of development and land-use change on rabies transmission in Costa Rica, interested in the intersection between humans and our environment. With a concentration in Environmental Health, Christie has advocated for the elimination of herbicides through her work with Herbicide-Free Emory and Emory’s Office of Sustainability. She is passionate in advocating for sustainable change and just healthcare, which she hopes to bring into a future career as a medical doctor.

Latest Articles

Aquaponics: The future of agriculture?

Like a shimmering purple spaceship, the glowing greenhouse stands in the middle of an old dairy factory in an Eindhoven industrial park in the Netherlands. It can't...
West Midlands overtakes London in UK’s electric car charger revolution

West Midlands overtakes London in UK’s electric car charger revolution

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Gradient offers cooling and heating with a lower energy footprint

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News Structures & Equipment Québec urban farm to use horizontal rotary growing technology

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Gigrow horizontal rotary system. Gigrow Urban Farms is about to construct its first urban operation using horizontal rotary growing technology. A new Québec...
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