2024 Integrity of Creation Conference

Pathways to Achieving  the Sustainable Development Goals

March 26-27, 2024 

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This ninth conference focused on the topic of Pathways to Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, recognizing the challenging deadline of 2030 to meet the United Nation's Sustainable Development Goals. The interdisciplinary conference invites participants from different disciplines to engage in civil discourse on a different topic each year. The format of the conference includes workshops, presentations, and posters.

The conference series was commissioned by former President Charles J. Dougherty as an endowed academic event. Current University President, Ken Gormley, continues to inspire excellence in support of the Spiritan mission as the conference series develops. 

The conference has three goals:

  • Provide a scholarly opportunity to engage established and emerging research on the conference topic
  • Foster interdisciplinary discourse on each topic, such as science, health, philosophy, religion, and policy
  • Enlighten public awareness and discussion of the conference topic

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2024 Conference Speakers

Cardinal Christophe

Opening Plenary: The Evangelical Inspiration of Laudato Si and Laudate Deum.
March 26, 2024, 6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

His Eminence Cardinal Christophe Pierre
Apostolic Nuncio to the United States of America

Cardinal Christophe Pierre was born on January 30, 1946 in Rennes, France. He completed his primary education in Antisirabé, Madagascar, and his secondary schooling in Saint-Malo, France, and in Marrakech, Morocco. He attended the Major Seminary of the Archdiocese of Rennes (1963-1969) and the Catholic Institute of Paris (1969-1971).

He did Military Service from July 1965, to October 1966. He was ordained a priest on April 5, 1970, in Saint-Malo, France and incardinated in the Archdiocese of Rennes. He was Parochial Vicar of the St. Peter and St. Paul Parish in Colombes, Diocese of Nanterre, France (1970-1973).

He has a Masters in Sacred Theology (Paris, 1971) and a Doctorate in Canon Law from the Pontifical Lateran University, Rome (1973-1977).

He completed his studies at the Pontifical Ecclesiastical Academy, in Rome (1973-1977), and joined the Diplomatic Service of the Holy See on March 5, 1977.

He was appointed first to the Pontifical Representation in New Zealand and the Islands of the Pacific Ocean (1977-1981). Subsequently he served in Mozambique (1981); in Zimbabwe (1982-1986); in Cuba (1986-1989); in Brazil (1989-1991); at the Permanent Mission of the Holy See to the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland (1991-1995).

He was appointed Apostolic Nuncio and elected Titular Archbishop of Gunela on July 12, 1995, receiving Episcopal Consecration on September 24, 1995, in Saint-Malo, France.

Cardinal Pierre served as Apostolic Nuncio in Haiti from 1995 until 1999. He was then appointed Apostolic Nuncio to Uganda (1999-2007) and subsequently to Mexico (2007-2016). On April 12th, 2016, Pope Francis appointed him Apostolic Nuncio to the United States of America. 

On July 9th, 2023, Pope Francis announced his intention to elevate him to the College of Cardinals. At the Public Consistory of September 30th, 2023, he was created Cardinal Deacon of San Benedetto fuori Porta S. Paolo.
Cardinal Pierre speaks French, English, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. 

Precis of Cardinal Christophe Pierre’s Presentation 

In his Apostolic Exhortation Laudate Deum, written shortly before COP28 took place in Dubai, Pope Francis makes an urgent call to responsibility: “Our care for one another and our care for the earth are intimately bound together. Climate change is one of the principal challenges facing society and the global community” (Laudate Deum, 3).

The address of Cardinal Christophe Pierre, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States of America, describes how Pope Francis in his encyclical letter Laudato sí expands the horizon of Christian social thinking.
Laudato sí has its roots in the reflections of Pope St John Paul II upon the “Gospel of Life” (Evangelium vitae). The Christian event offers good news about the meaning of human life and of its destiny: Gloria Dei, vivens homo. Vita autem hominis visio Dei (St Irenaeus, Against heresies, 4,20). Christian reflection on the value of human life orients the position of the Church on all kinds of challenges affecting the human person: abortion, prenatal screening, euthanasia, and other ‘life issues’.
In his turn, particularly with the encyclical letter Caritas in veritate, Pope Benedict XVI examines the risks that arise for the meaning and value of human life when the understanding of the human condition is reduced to a kind of technical rationality.
For Benedict, human life is at risk when its personal dimension and inalienable dignity are not explicitly recognized in a global system marked by a merely instrumental vision. Such limitations can be seen in certain contemporary interpretations of reality and in the manner in which important decisions are sometimes taken.
In Laudato sí, Pope Francis elaborates a broad reflection, bringing into relief the link between the deterioration of the natural environment, the growth of social inequalities, and the lack of concern for human life: “The human environment and the natural environment deteriorate together” (LS 48), he remarks. As “everything is connected” (LS 117), “the gravity of the ecological crisis demands that we all look to the common good, embarking on a path of dialogue which requires patience, self-discipline and generosity, always keeping in mind that ‘realities are greater than ideas’” (LS 201).
In Laudato Deum, Francis proposes an ecology informed by the light of the Gospel. His vision is articulated in three dimensions:
1.    Respect for nature is based on the creative act of God.
2.    To illustrate the role of human beings in nature, the Pope develops the notion of “situated anthropocentrism”, as a corrective to the “techno-scientific paradigm”.
3.    He places the emphasis upon spiritual motivations rather than political ideologies. The Pope wants a “Christian civic activism”, based on dialogue and cooperation between people from different social & religious backgrounds, echoing his encyclical letter “Fratelli tutti”.

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Kachi Adindu

Closing Plenary: Ecological Justice - From Prophetic Dialogic Disruption to Sustainability 
March 27, 2024, 6 - 7:30 p.m.

Fr. Kachi Adindu, C.S.Sp.
VIVAT International, Geneva, Switzerland

Fr. Kachi is a Spiritan priest from Nigeria. Ordained 24 years ago, he served for 12 years as the Dean of Studies and later as the Rector of the Spiritan Seminary at Ihiala, Nigeria. He later transferred to UK where he served as the Provincial Secretary of the British Spiritan Province, JPIC coordinator and the British Province Representative at the African-European Faith and Justice Network based in Brussels. Trained as an International Lawyer and Diplomat at University of Lancaster, UK, Fr Kachi is currently the head of VIVAT International operations at the United Nations secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland. 


The current ecological crisis rallies the cry for urgent global action. Ecocide demands remedial Ecological Justice. Imperatively, all who seek ecological justice for our bruised planet must approach equity with clean hands. As activists jostle for the gavel with conflicting interests, justice swings from the lucid to the elusive. A realistic advancement of the SDGs must initiate a prophetic dialogic disruption of our current roadmap for eco-justice and sustainable development. This presentation showcases how Spiritans at the United Nations are birthing a return to the less charted prophetic pathway of disruptive dialogue to ensure a credible sustainable development agenda. 

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Conference Schedule

March 26, 2024

6:00 - 7:30 p.m. 

Opening Plenary Presentation
Cardinal Christophe Pierre, Apostolic Nuncio to the United States
The Evangelical Inspiration of Laudato Si and Laudate Deum


7:30 p.m. 

Conference Social - Shepperson Suite
March 27, 2024
10:00 - 10:50 a.m. Plenary Workshop
Student Class Participation
11:00 - 11:50 a.m. Plenary Workshop
Student Class Participation
12:00 - 12:50 p.m.  Plenary Workshop
Student Class Participation
12:50 - 1:00 p.m.  Lunch
1:00 - 1:50 p.m.  Plenary Workshop
Student Class Participation
2:00 - 2:50 p.m.

Plenary Workshop
Student Class Participation;

Sustainability Partners’ Discussion

3:00 - 3:50 p.m. 

Plenary Workshop
Student Class Participation;

STARS Report; and

University Sustainability Committee Meetings

3:50 - 6:00 p.m.  Break
6:00 - 7:30 p.m.

Closing Plenary Presentation
Kachi Adindu, CSSp. 
VIVAT International, Geneva, Switzerland.
Ecological Justice - From Prophetic Dialogic Disruption to Sustainability


7:30 p.m. Conference Social, Shepperson Suite

Community Partners in Sustainability

University Sustainability Committee

The Integrity of Creation Conference partners with the University Sustainability Committee.

The charge of the University Sustainability Committee (USC) is to support, promote, and grow Duquesne University’s efforts to build a sustainable campus. The Committee fosters opportunities for multidisciplinary engagement across academic units, facilities, and University leadership. The USC’s activities enhance recruitment, retention, and DEIA initiatives; highlight faculty and student research; and support all five 2023 Strategic Plan imperatives and the Bridges Common Learning Experience. They also help to position Duquesne University as a premier Catholic institution and leader in Sustainability Studies. This work is informed by Duquesne University’s Catholic mission, which conveys the University’s commitment to serving God through ethical and ecumenical service to the community, the nation, and the world.

This Committee develops and promotes a culture of sustainability across campus and the Pittsburgh community by being an advocate, resource, and catalyst a for social, environmental, and economic responsibility aligned with Pope Francis’ Laudato Si’ (“On Care for Our Common Home”) and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals. The Committee and its advocacy are part of a vision for why and how a collaboration between faculty, staff, and students can expand the value of and be able to tell compelling stories about why students and scholars should come to Duquesne University to be part of our sustainability efforts.

The USC Steering Committee

Chair: Dr. Sarah Wright, Associate Professor of English

Vice Chair: Dr. John Stolz, Director of the Center for Environmental Research & Education, Professor of Environmental Microbiology

  • Martin Black: Director of Corporate Relations and Community Partnerships, School of Business
  • David Chismar: Supervisor, Energy Management and Forecasting
  • Faith Cook: SGA VP for Academic Affairs, USC Undergraduate Student Representative
  • Dr. Luci-Jo DiMaggio: Director of Mission Animation and CETR Coordinator for Co-Curricular Community Engagement
  • Dr. Leda Kloudas: Assistant Professor of Biomedical Engineering
  • Maria Mlinarcik: Graduate Assistant, Center for Environmental Research & Education and Biomedical Engineering


"The Sustainability Tracking, Assessment, and Rating System (STARS) serves as a comprehensive, self-reported framework for higher education institutions to evaluate their sustainability performance. This assessment encompasses campus sustainability initiatives, curriculum, energy consumption, waste management, and leadership, among other sustainability factors. The data provided is graded on a points-based system, resulting in an overall rating ranging from bronze to platinum. Duquesne University has participated since 2019 and has since proudly achieved a silver rating. The report has gained Duquesne University acknowledgment on the Sierra Club’s Cool Schools list and Princeton Review’s list of Green Colleges.
Acknowledging that there is perpetual room for improvement when pursuing sustainable opportunities, STARS aids in identifying areas where Duquesne University can progress toward our mission of environmental stewardship and innovation. The University Sustainability Committee collaborates closely with Duquesne’s Center for Environmental Research and Education to complete the STARS report on an annual basis. The results are publicly available on the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) website, along with all other participating institutions.
The STARS platform also assists the University Sustainability Committee in measuring current performance, acknowledging achievements, and drawing constructive comparisons to other schools in the region. As environmental concerns escalate worldwide, sustainability reporting is increasingly relevant and valuable. The USC is committed to leveraging STARS and other sustainability reporting systems to demonstrate Duquesne University's commitment to transparency and making measurable sustainability progress.
The most recent STARS report was submitted on March 1st, 2024. The report can be found at https://reports.asshe.org/."

Student Poster Presentations

Student Posters

Alarifi, Aziz. Climate Action and Global Health: Pathways to Achieving the SDGs

Albar, Christopher. Utilizing Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3.4 to Improve Public Health

Ansari, Eman. Female Infanticide

Araf Rahman, Khondokar. Tribes of Chittagong Hill Tracts

Arlet, Anna. Illegal Wildlife Trafficking

Astorino, Samantha. Plastic Waste Reduction in Oceans

Baehser, Brady. Stop Polluting Our Air!

Bambi, Prisca. How Italian-American culture makes cities and human settlements inclusive and sustainable?

Barnes, Claudia. Impact of Bat Extinction on The Ecosystem

Bartholomew, Lia. Pathways to Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals: Climate Change

Bauman. Shira. Kibbutz: The Next Thing In Sustainability

Beachfront, Brezia. Protecting Life on Land and in the Ocean

Berretone, Cortona. Climate Action

Blake, Catherine. Ocean Acidification and Marine Life

Blank, Matt. Are You Bugged by Industrial Farming?

Boff, Mary. Overfishing and Pollution in Oceanic Ecosystems

Bohurjak, Angelica. Women Fighting for Their Right to Rock!

Bonetto, Meghan. Achieving Food Security and Improved Nutrition

Bringe, Ella. Plastic Pollution in the Ocean

Brown, Janessa. Achieving a Stronger Mental Health

Butcher, Maggie. Inequality in the Gender Pay Gap

Byer, Felicity. The Future is Electric

Caldwell, Ashley. Protect Our Oceans

Callender, Maddie. Women in The Music Industry Fighting for Gender Equality

Campanella, Ally. Friends of the Riverfront

Cancelliere, Olivia. Hunger in Congo

Cancelliere, Olivia. Save Our Trees

Carroll, McKenna. Pathway to Stopping Human Trafficking: A Worldwide Concern

Catalone, Hannah. Overfishing in the U.S. and the impact

Chen, Emily. The Need for Cantonese Preservation

Chiari, Ashley. Achieving Quality Education

Conti, Emily. Utilizing AI Technologies for SDG’s

Corcoran, Taylor. Climate-resilient healthcare systems

Crawford, Paisley. Children are Starving: Stop Hunger in Yemen

Daddieco, Sam and Ryan Derouin. Good Health and Well-Being

Deflorio, Kristen. Gender Equality

Deihl, Ben. Energy Farming’s Impact on the Environment

Detrick, Emma, Jessica Dudich, Michael Nam, and Addison Treat. Life Below Water: Corral Reef Impact by Humans

Dholu, Aryan. Construction Junction Pittsburgh

Dinatale, Olivia. Eliminating Violence Against Women and Achieving Gender Equality

Dorsey, Riley. Plastic in the Oceans

Draghi, Alyssa. Plastic in the Oceans

Eager, Jayden. How No-Take Zones Are Establishing a Blue Economy

Eagle, Holden. Electronic Waste and it’s Effects on the World

El Yasti, Rayane. Empowering Morocco's Education: Overcoming Challenges, Pursuing Equity

Engart, Abby. Bison Effects on The Environment

Engle, Dominic. Driving Towards Sustainability: The Case for Hybrid Cars In a Fossil fuel Powered World?

Eustace, Emily. Environmental Charter School at Frick Park

Evans, Alexandra. Preventing Whales from Washing Up on New Jersey Beaches

Garcia, Anele. The Direct Correlation Between Diet, Climate Change, and Food Insecurity

Gibbons, Gabbie, Kirsten Littrell, and Quinn McGeorge. Examining Techniques to Decrease Marine Pollution

Gierczynski, Emily and Dalton Zelwalk. Poverty and Public Health

Gifford, Olivia. Pittsburgh’s Cultural Regard for Poverty

Gilbert, Mo. Contextualizing the Lack of Mental Health Care in Developing Nations

Glaneman, JJ. Pittsburgh’s Untapped potential

Goetz, Gilliann. Gender Inequality in IT

Gonzalez Morales, Alexa and Zarena Nieves Figueroa. How Understanding Science During the Trial Process can Provide Equal Justice

Gordish, Haylee. Non-Communicable Diseases & Public Health

Green, Reina. Modern Day Slavery In Congo

Grupac, Tyler. PennFuture

Guevara, Mia and Maddie Simeone. Quality Education Impact on Public Health

Guzma, Olivia and Isabella Paul. Ocean Emergency

Hajihassani, Arian. Housing First: A Potential Strategy to Reduce Homelessness in Pittsburgh, PA to accomplish SDGs

Hamilton, Celeste. Equality in United States Healthcare-Diabetes

Hammond, Audrey. Sustaining Our Future with AI

Hammond, Zachary. Addressing Food Insecurity in Pittsburgh, PA

Hansen, Austin. Urban Planning

Heron, Aine. Fulfilling SDG Target 3.1 with Innovations from AI Technologies

Holmes, Chloe. Sustainable Pittsburgh

Hunkele, Taylor. Pollution effects on ocean life

Jacquillard, Lily. Mainstreamed Climate Change Education

Johnson, Josh. Reducing Marine Pollution from Land Based Activities

Johnson, Kayla and Aislinn. Mooney Educating the Public to Become Health Literate

Joyce, Sydney. Utilizing Sustainable Development Goal Four to Eliminate Disparities

Kazmierczak, Emma. The Importance of Religion to Ecology and Environmental Conservation

Kelly, Catherine. Breathe Project

Killian, Cody. Pathways to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals

Kimble, Brooklyn. Enhancing sustainability development through climate action

Kirsch, Sydney. Better Health Care to Decrease Maternal Mortality Rate in Lower Income Areas

Klavon, Ky. Health Equity and Climate Change

Klock, Tessa. Mental Health Effects of Climate Change

Koziarski, Miles. Solar Energy Vs Fossil Fuels

Kozosey, Sarah. Environmental Impact of Operating Theatres on the National Level

Kuey, Brooke. Improve Water Quality for Public Health

Kurpiewski, Morgan and Gabrielle Page: Industries, Innovation, and Infrastructure: Pittsburgh’s Responsibility

Kurzinger, Kevin. ConnectED: Bridging the Gap Between Education and Prosperity

LaBorne, Megan. A Journey to Improve Pittsburgh's Water

Lavallee, Kristen. The Mental Health Crisis Since The Covid-19 Pandemic

Lee, Anna. Micro-Nurdle Identification within Raccoon Creek

Lee, Ava. Cash in Korea

Linzenbold, Kyle. Factories and Power Plants are Polluting our Earth

Lucas, Taylor. Heading Towards a Better Tomorrow; Tackling Worldwide Climate Change, Increasing Ocean Levels and Loss of Biodiversity

Mahrady, Layla. Food Insecurity and Hunger in Africa

Mananguite, Rafael Louise. Faith-Based Environmental Stewardship: Uniting Beliefs in Action for Our Planet

Mangan, Meghan. Upstream Pittsburgh: Healthy Ecology, Healthy Community

Mantheiy, Jack. Extinction Is a Growing Threat for All Species

Marin, Ryan. Rooted Solutions: Harnessing the Power of Green Burials to Preserve Forests

Markantone, Melina. Effects of Plastic Bag Banning

Martin, Shelby and Anthony Klecha Achieving Sustainable Developmental Goals Through Trees in Africa

Mathews, Elizabeth A. Ethical Analysis of Gender-Affirming Care for Adolescents in the United States

McGuire, Brendan. Grocery Store Waste in the United States

Medici, Jack. Culture In The Bahamas

Mehr, Amani. Using AI To Promote Inclusive Women's Healthcare: A Path Towards SDG-3

Meltser, Sophie. Allegheny Sierra Club

Meurer, Rose and Anna Meurer. “Disabled” Emergency Preparedness

Mirza, Mohid. Pakistan Affordable and Clean Energy

Monheim, Nick. Eutrophication in Pittsburgh

Montgomery, Camiya. Conserve the use of the Ocean and Sea

Montgomery, Camiya. Find an end to poverty all around the world

Moschella, Giovanni. The Effect of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch on Hawaii

Mulford, Jordan. The Tower of Babel: Individualism vs Community

Mullany, Matthew. How Schools are Combatting Hunger

Nagy, Katlyn. Akha People of China

Nagy, Katlyn. Sustainable Consumption and Production Following Zero Waste Principles

Nedelko, Gleb, Nathaniel Woshner, and Aleksey Zahn. Environmental Sustainability Programs

Nestor, Jackie. Environmental Justice in Pittsburgh

Nguyen, Anna. Artificial Intelligence Devices Impacting Healthcare Delivery and Promoting Health Living in Patients

Noll, Abigail and Rebecca Sines. Combating Sexual and Reproductive Health Disparities Across the Globe

Norris, Olivia. The Earth Bible Project

Noullet, Max. Plastic Bottle Pollution

Nygaard, Andreas. Tree Pittsburgh

Osekowski, Mike. Combating Climate Change

Pacileo, Jade. Waste Impacts in The USA

Pentuk, Heleyna. COMM 330 Intergrated Marketing Communication Functions

Pirillo, Anthony and Louis Botti. Navigating Climate Action

Pitcock, Allie. River Homes

Plesic, Richard. The Negative Effects of Ocean Plastic Pollution on Human Health

Powell, Nicole. Following Divine Footprints Across Creation and The Path to Liberation: Trinitarian Revelation as Basis for A Renewed Eco-Theology: Insights from Liberation Theology

Proper, Seebe. Women for a Healthy Environment

Pyle, Erin and Chloe Rapp. Monitoring progress towards global gender equality

Rainey, Jake. Public Health; Duquesne University Rising Waters and Climate Crisis

Robinson, Scott. The Crumbles of Concrete

Rodriguez, Jocelyn, Rachel Westley, and Kayla Houghton. Gender Biases in Higher Education

Rothschild, Brandon. How Energy Efficiency Affects Climate Change

Sabol, Mackenzie. Utilizing AI to Promote Well-Being

Sackett, Mia. Ensuring Healthy Lives And Promoting Well-Being For All To Advance Public Health

Sager, Gabi. Sustainable Development Goal # 6: Clean Water and Sanitation Worldwide

Sarpong, Francis. The Health Sustainability of Facial and Limb Transplantation

Scheller, Katherine. An Ethical Approach to Ending Gender Discrimination Worldwide

Selvaggi, Lorenzo. Catholic Ethics in the World of Clinical Research: A Study of Social Responsibility

Seymour, Lauren. Using AI Technologies to Achieve SDGs

Shenzhan, Yang. Addressing Poverty: A Critique of Capitalism

Shirey, Amber. Why Thrift When We Have Fast Fashion?

Simpson, Abigail. Tree Pittsburgh

Sioui, Tamara. AI and Sustainable Development Goals: The Impact of AI on Mental Health Support

Skafnic, Nicolas. Solar Panels

Smilnak, Ian and Sydney Bivens. How can technology Ethically Help End Hunger?

Smith, Andrew. Allegheny CleanWays

Soltis, Joshua. Foresight was 20/20: A Brief History of Climate Change Perceptions and Research

Spedding, Katherine and Samantha Huber ( The COVID-19 Pandemic: The Intersection between Adolescent Mental Health and Sustainable Development Goals

Spruill, Keith. Pathways To Sustainable Development: How Legislation has created lasting Environmental Changes

Starr, Isabella. Human Beings Impacting Our Oceans

Stcin, Kayla. Integrating Sustainability into Business

Steinher, Karley. The Power of Plants - Pittsburgh Green Story

Stenger, Joshua. European(Germanic) Recycling

Stenger, Joshua. Sustainability of Products and Cities in the United States of America

Stochla, Jordan. Potential Role of Artificial Intelligence in Decreasing Maternal Mortality Rates in Low-Resource Areas

Stoica, Sage. Who Deserves Value?

Stoudt, Ryan. UN Sustainability Goals and BikePGH

Szlachta, Sammy. Sustainable Innovation: Ecobricks

Tafuri, Giovanni. Genetic Counseling in Catholic Health Care: Impacts on Patient Health and Well Being 

Tapia, Kathryn. Climate Actions In Netherlands: Drenthe

Tapu, Sofia. Clean Water is a Right

Thompson, Kyah. Eutrophication and Sustainable Development

Tobiczyk, Olivia. Education in Finland: No Learners Left Behind

Tower, Sarah. Protecting Coral

Unangst, Will. Child tuberculosis in developing nations

Wasieleski, Alaina. Clean Energy in Hawai’i

Wasieleski, Alaina. Innovation for Good: Bird-Safe Glass

Wellmann, Jessica and Manoela Neves. Malaria: one of the deadliest vector-borne diseases worldwide

Whartenby, Natalee. The Ethical Issue of Clean Water and Sanitation in Ethiopia

Wiehagen, Brianna. Vehicles, Chemicals, Humans, and Climate Change

Williams, Katherine. AI Solutions for Sustainable Development: Empowering Tomorrow’s Goals

Wilson, Kennethea. Exploring the Intersectionality of Environmental Changes, Epigenetics, and Reproductive Health Outcomes

Zappia, Joely. Preserving Wildlife with Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania

Zaras, Preston. Nuclear Power and Its Benefits

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