Additional Resources

NEHA Resources 

Policy Statements:

June 2020: NEHA Climate and Health Position Statement (PDF)

February 2017: NEHA Climate Change Policy Statement (PDF)


4th National Climate Assessment

The National Climate Assessment is a congressional-mandated report released about every four years on what climate change means for the U.S. The report is produced by federal agencies comprising the U.S. Global Change Research Program, a presidential initiative started by President Ronald Reagan and mandated by Congress in the Global Change Research Act of 1990. The findings consolidate key messages and supporting evidence from 16 national-level topic chapters, ten regional chapters, and two chapters that focus on mitigation and adaptation response strategies.


Webinar Recording: NEHA and ecoAmerica: A Sneak-Peek at Two AEC Climate and Health Sessions, May 23, 2018

NEHA and ecoAmerica hosted a webinar to preview two climate and health presentations at NEHA's AEC & Exhibition: Climate for Health Ambassadors Training and the latest NEHA Climate Metrics Survey results. This is an opportunity to get a sneak-peek before the AEC to learn more about these presentations. The Climate for Health Ambassadors orientation provides an overview of the full training program’s content, including a Q&A section. Content includes Climate 101, Climate Impacts on Health, Climate Solutions and Health Benefits, and Communicating on Climate and Health. Please see the Climate for Health Ambassadors Training promotion for more information. Please also see the accompanying webinar slides.

Podcasts: 

Asthma, Allergies, Chronic Disease, and Climate Change: Healthy Living Healthy Planet Radio

Protecting Food, Air, and Water: Environmental Health: Domestic Preparedness Podcast


AEC Climate Change Sessions and Related Topics

NEHA 2019 AEC Educational Sessions

NEHA 2010 - 2015 AEC Recorded Climate Change and Sustainability Sessions


Articles by Journal of Environmental Health:

April 2017: Reframing Climate Change for Environmental Health

April 2017: A Comparison of Heat Wave Response Plans From an Aged Care Facility Perspective

March 2017: E-Journal Bonus Article: A Study of Parents’ Perception of Air Pollution and Its Effect on Their Children’s Respiratory Health in Nanchang, China

November 2016: An Assessment of Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated With the Use of Water, Sand, and Chemicals in Shale Gas Production of the Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale

May 2016: Association Between Asthma Hospital Visits and Ozone Concentration in Maricopa County, Arizona (2007–2012)

May 2016: Associations Between Ultrafine Particles and Co-Pollutant Concentrations in the Tampa Bay Area

January/February 2016: The Impact of Extremes in Outdoor Temperature and Sunshine Exposure on Birth Weight

April 2014: 2012 NEHA/UL Sabbatical Report Vulnerability to Potential Impacts of Climate Change: Adaptation and Risk Communication Strategies for Environmental Health Practitioners in the United Kingdom (PDF)

October 2012: Altitude and Environmental Climate Effects on Bronchiolitis Severity Among Children Presenting to the Emergency Department (PDF)


Articles by Dr. David Dyjack:

September 2014: The Implications for Public Health when “Weird Weather” becomes the New Normal

April 2014: Local Public Health Department Funding for Climate Change

March 2014: Water Scarcity: California Drought Prompts Tough Questions for Public Health


Additional Resources 

APHA

APHA Climate Change Information

APHA’s Adaptation in Action

CDC

CDC Climate and Health

CDC/APHA Climate and Health Meeting, February 16, 2017, Atlanta, GA

NACCHO

NACCHO Climate Change Information

NACCHO Report: Local Health Departments Prepare for the Health Impacts of Climate Change

Other Resources

Climate and Health Innovation Challenge Series

Climate Change Data

Climate for Health

Climate Reality Project

EPA Climate Change Information

United Nations, Sustainable Development Goals

United Nations, Sustainable Development Goals, Climate Change

U.S. Climate & Health Alliance

WHO, Climate Change and Human Health

White House Summit on Climate Change and Health

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