EPA has created customizable communications materials that will help community leaders inform and educate their community about the health impacts of climate change. The materials summarize key points from the U.S. Climate and Health Assessment and are targeted for populations disproportionately affected by climate change, including indigenous people, pregnant women, children, older adults, occupational groups, people with pre-existing health conditions and people with disabilities. This webinar will introduce these materials - which include presentations, factsheets, and graphics - and discuss how they can be used to inform your conversations about climate change health risks and connections to environmental justice concerns.
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Earlier Event: November 9Sierra CAMP & UCLA Present: What Climate Change Means for the Sierra Nevada--and California
Later Event: January 18Webinar: Georgetown Climate Center - Lessons in Regional Resilience