Climate change is the biggest health threat of our lifetimes and will impact vulnerable populations the most significantly. The environmental health field works at this intersection of health and the environment and plays a key role in developing solutions and helping communities adapt to the impacts of climate change.
PolicyWe are committed to working towards 100% clean energy use by 2030, as outlined in our declaration. We have also published a policy statement supporting funding and education for the environmental health workforce to address climate change.
- Climate Change Resources & Tools compiled specifically for environmental health professionals, NEHA | Webpage
- Climate for Health Partnership's program partners with health associations and institutions to make climate change a top national health priority, ecoAmerica | Webpage
- Climate Change Committee provides resources to address the environmental and public health impacts from climate change, NEHA | Webpage
- Success Stories, Climate for Health, addressing climate change impacts from Cambridge, Massachusetts; Salt Lake County, Utah; and Franklin County, Ohio environmental health professionals, ecoAmerica | Webpage
- Building Resilience Against Climate Effects (BRACE) framework, CDC | Webpage