This toolkit consists of eight modules for health professionals and students in the health care and public health sectors who want to engage more directly on the issue of climate change as educators.
This Tracking Network tool makes health and environment data from national, state, and city sources easily searchable and accessible.
A set of slides describing the eight major health harms of climate change with corresponding case studies on how a health department addressed the harm.
A toolkit for using social media to communicate about the health impacts of climate change.
A detailed infographic on the eight major health harms of climate change by region.
A UN-chartered climate science report that describes the projected climate change impacts of 1.5 degrees Celsius of global warming versus 2 degrees Celsius of warming by 2100.
This is a brief from the Lancet Countdown report that highlights the key threats and opportunities climate change poses for the health of Americans.
An in-depth report on how climate change is harming the health of different communities across the United States.
A Congressionally-mandated assessment of the health impacts of climate change and how the U.S. can prepare for and manage these risks.
This guide includes five modules and two handouts. The modules provide information on steps to success, tips, best practices, and resources relevant to public health professionals to help you in your efforts to prepare for drought.
An overview of the “co-benefits” of health and climate action geared to local health departments.