Health Impact Assessment: A Tool for Evaluating Long-Term Sustainable Development of Olympic Venues?
Professor Pamelo Ko
Pamela Ko is an Assistant Professor in the School of Management at The Sage Colleges. Her research focuses on Health Impact Assessment as a tool for developing broad-based environmental justice and sustainable land use development as well as the commercialization of emerging technologies and its importance for community economic development. She has written several articles on Health Impact Assessment and land use decision-making.
Her teaching focuses on the legal aspects of business, including commercial transactions, treatment of amateur and professional athletes, and intellectual property protection. Professor Ko teaches classes in business law, sport law, intellectual property, and critical thinking. Professor Ko earned her J.D. from the City University of New York School of Law. She also holds an M.A. in History from Wake Forest University and a B.A. in history and political science from the University of Rochester.
Professor Ko recently published a chapter entitled Sustainable Drilling through Health Impact Assessment: Understanding and Planning for Public Health Impacts, co-authored with Patricia Salkin, in Shale Gas and the Future of Energy: Law and Policy for Sustainability, John Dernbach and James May, eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2016.
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