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Xerxes SEPOSO Xerxes Seposo is an educator and researcher. As an environmental epidemiologist, he has authored and co-authored more than 100 publications to date that have been used as evidence in several key the Association of Academies and Societies of 60 Reid, et al., 2019 Sannigrahi, et al., 2022 Sheldon and Sankaran, 2017 Stowell, et al., 2019 Viswanathan, et al., 2006 Vohra et al., (2021) Xu, et al., 2023 Xue, et al., 2023 Ye, et al., 2022 510 Yin, 2023 Zhang, et al., 2023 Zhang, et al., 2023 Zou, et al., 2019 Study Location Study duration USA (California) June – September 2008 West Coast of the USA August 1 – October 30, 2020 Singapore 2010 – mid 2016 Acute upper respiratory tract Colorado, USA May – August 2011-2014 San Diego, USA September 28 – December 6, 2003 Globe 2012 Himalayan region of India 2013 – 2017 Wani, et al., 2021 Africa 2001 – 2014 Wu, et al., 2022 Wu, et al., 2023 510 immediate regions in Brazil 2000 – 2016 Australia 2000 – 2008 South Asia 2000 – 2014 2000 – 2015 immediate regions in Brazil 1990 – 2019 Mainland Southeast Asia USA January 1, 1998 – December 31, 2016 New South Wales, Australia 2015 – 2019 Pacific Northwest August – December 2017 Health Outcome All respiratory health outcomes (Asthma, COPD, Pneumonia, Acute Bronchitis, Acute Respiratory Infections) Daily COVID-19 morbidity and mortality infections Acute conjunctivitis Acute diarrhea Chickenpox Cardiorespiratory acute events Hospital emergency room visits for asthma, respiratory problems, eye irritation, and smoke inhalation Global mortality Acute respiratory infections Lifetime Cancer Risk All-cause, cardiovascular, and respiratory mortality Selected genetic markers (26 CpGs and 33 DMRs) Stillbirth All-cause mortality Cardiovascular mortality Respiratory mortality Premature mortality Dementia Preterm birth Term low birth weight Maternal medical conditions Multiple-cause mortality Chemical transport model; Satellite; Machine Learning AI OpenAQ platform (retrieved the latest and up-to-date air quality data from multiple sources such as government/institution air quality monitoring stations and low-cost open-air quality sensors) Satellite fire data using NASA's Fire Information for Resource Management System (FIRMS) Community Multiscale Air Quality Modeling System (CMAQ) AOD Model (derived from Multi-angle Implementation of Atomospheric Correction (MMAIAC) Station monitoring Chemical transport model (GEOS-Chem) Modern-Era Retrospective Analysis for Research and Applications, version 2 (MERRA-2) BaP inventory (based on GEOS-Chem), CanMETOP Chemical transport model (GEOS-Chem); Global Fire Emissions Database (GFED); Ground monitored data and machine learning Satellite observations; Chemical transport models (GEOS-Chem); Ground-based observations Chemical transport model simulations; Satellite observations Chemical transport model (GEOS-Chem) Satellite fire observations and emission inventories; Global Exposure Mortality Model (GEMM) Spatiotemporal model Chemical transport model Chemical transport model (GEOS-Chem) with Reanalysis meteorological data Satellite imaging (Multi-Angle Implementation of Atmospheric Correction satellite aerosol optical depth); U.S. Environmental Protection Agency AirNow; Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) model version 3.7; Community Multiscale Air Quality (CMAQ) model Data Collection Method with a rising epidemic. Sary VALLENZUELA Sary Valenzuela is a licensed physician, writer and researcher, specializing in environmental public health for the ASMPH Center of Research and Innovation (ACRI). She was one of the principal writers for several of their research projects, creating risk communication plans and conducting policy analyses and literature reviews on topics such as environmental health, solid waste management and climate change. She has also served as marketing director and is currently a board member of One Million Lights PH, an multi-awarded, globally-recognized non-profit organization that provides solar energy to communities around the Philippines that would otherwise have little to no access to electricity. She has coordinated and organized 10 or more on-site distributions, providing more than 1,000 solar lights to several geographically-isolated provinces. She built the organization’s digital presence and social media community from the ground up in less than one year. Keith Alexius WANGKAY Keith Wangkay graduated from De La Salle University with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology and the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Center Inc. with a medical degree. He is currently affiliated with public health services, specifically for HIV and AIDS, where regarding which the Philippines is one of the few countries S. VALENZUELA et al. Sciences in Asia (AASSA) report on climate change and health. (Received 14 November 2023, Accepted 22 December 2023) Geminn Louis C. APOSTOL Geminn Apostol is a physician, educator, and researcher specializing in environmental public health, climate-resilient health systems and socio-ecological determinants of health. He has been engaged in various public health initiatives on mainstreaming environmental health research, service delivery and advocacy in the Philippines. He currently serves as an expert for the Philippine Inter-Agency Committee on Environmental Health (IACEH), where he helps convene government, academia, civil society and the private sector towards generating evidence, developing policies and operationalizing programs for environmental protection and public health promotion. reports such as IPCC AR6 and

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