Blueprint; For Addressing Climate Change and Health

Type: 
Literature
Health
Organization: 
Public Health- Seattle and King County
Description: 

"Climate change-influenced conditions and exposures that negatively impact health are expected to increase both in frequency and severity while new conditions and exposures are also expected, such as a vector-borne disease emerging in new areas. The need for public health to address the issues of climate change is more important than ever."

Category: 
public health, climate change, vector-borne disease, air quality, wildfires, flooding, extreme events