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Hosted by the Program on Chinese Cities (PCC)

10/26/2023 3:00 PM-4:00 PM

Presenter: Yimeng Song

Postdoctoral Associate

Yale School of the Environment


Living environments play a crucial role in influencing human health. Given the challenges of climate change and urbanization, it’s vital to comprehensively understand how people interact with their surrounding environments to prevent diseases and address environmental health disparities. By integrating advanced social sensing with remote sensing and GeoAl techniques, we can gain deeper insights into the intricate patterns of human-environment interactions at detailed spatial and temporal scales. This presentation will delve into our latest research that employs cutting-edge geodata and remote sensing to examine dynamic population exposure to urban greenspaces. We aim to enhance our understanding of the multifaceted interactions between humans and their environments across diverse scales and shed light on issues of environmental inequality.


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