Partner Resources: ecoAmerica and Climate for Health

ecoAmerica and Climate for Health Resources

Empowering health leaders to act on climate change.

 

Research, Guides, and Fact Sheets

Let’s Talk Health and Climate: Communication Guidance for Health Professionals - This guide combines values research, communications, and specific messaging into a single resource, so you can learn how to create messaging that truly resonates with your audience.

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Let’s Talk Climate: Messages to Motivate U.S. Latinos - Environmental health professionals are uniquely positioned in local communities to be the nexus of climate change leadership. NEHA encourages you to share and use this report to activate Latinos on solutions and amplify your voice on the important message of climate change that crosses national and cultural boundaries.

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Mental Health and Our Changing Climate: Impacts, Implications, and Guidance - Learn about the links between physical, mental, and community health and how climate impacts each.

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Emergency Preparedness and Response to Climate Change: The Role of Environmental Health - Learn about how climate change impacts environmental health and the role of environmental health in emergency preparedness and response.

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Fact Sheets 

Fact sheets created by ecoAmerica, APHA, and supporting partners:

Climate Change Mental Health

Changing Climate Through Healthy Community Design and Transportation

Climate Changes Allergies and Asthma

Climate Changes Children’s Health

 

American Climate Perspectives: 2017 Annual Summary

This report synthesizes the key trends on Americans’ awareness and attitudes regarding climate change and solutions.

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Success Stories

Climate for Health has brought together leaders from across the country to tell their stories about how they made climate change a priority in their organizations and in their communities.

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