State-level Climate Action Plans (CAPs) are an important example of how we protect communities from environmental influences on health through public policy. The consequence of some states developing CAPs and others not is potentially greater health disparities.
What does it look like when a community decides to take climate change head-on? What could an effective solution mean for the health of people and the planet?
A recent study finds that informing people about the ways air pollution harms brain health effectively increases demand for clean energy across the political spectrum.