Ana Langer, President of EngenderHealth and Adviser to the Maternal Health Task Force, blogs on The Huffington Post—and calls attention to the power of modern contraception methods to help families weather the uncertainties of climate change.
“As the global architects of a new treaty to combat climate change meet in Copenhagen this month, they continue to work from a conspicuously incomplete blueprint. Last Thursday morning, George Soros made it very clear that significantly greater resources must be allocated to mitigate the impact of climate change on the world’s poorest people, who are the most vulnerable to its affects. This is a welcome development. But still…”
Read the full post here.
Read Ana’s bio here.