How Should Cities Plan to Reduce Health Impacts from Climate Change?


Preparing a People: Climate Change and Public Health (6 page pdf, Catherine M. Cooney, Environ Health Perspect 119:a166-a171, Apr.1, 2011)

 

Today’s focus is on the need for cities to plan in advance for the health impacts from climate change that goes beyond the stress from heat waves which have been well documented in North America and Europe. Only  few cities, such as Chicago, have prepared contingency plans to build in the resilience needed to adapt to the changing climate.

To see Key Quotes and Links to relevant reports, visit the new internet platform for Pollution Free Cities by clicking HERE

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