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Climate change impacts both host plants and insects leading to changes in human and animal migration, disease patterns, and food production. Changes such as these often increase inequity among social groups. Whether in the area of vector-borne disease or food production, can entomolgy work to lessen inequity caused by climate change locally and globally? What are the roles and responsibilities of entomologists? Drs. C. Ben Beard and Emily Meineke will provide their insight.