This report improves our understanding of which socially vulnerable populations – defined on income, educational attainment, race and ethnicity, and age – may be more exposed to the highest impacts of climate change.
This research finds that between now and 2065, climate change will quadruple U.S. outdoor workers’ exposure to extreme heat conditions, jeopardizing their health and placing up to $55.4 billion of their earnings at....
The Costs of Climate Inaction: The Economic Burden of Fossil Fuels and Climate Change on Health in the United States
This report synthesizes scientific research and finds total health costs surpass $1 trillion a year—and are rising, and also offers recommendations to alleviate this costly climate health problem.
This latest report finds that with climate action, the lives of millions can be improved and saved.
The Health Effects Institute released their “State of Global Air” 2020 report, a global report card on air pollution exposures and their impacts on human health.
A summary of health effects, resources, and adaptation examples from health departments funded by CDC’s Climate and Health Program.
An unprecedented challenge demands an unprecedented response. This 2019 Report tracks the relationship between health and climate change across five key domains and 41 indicators.
This research explores youth-led climate strikes and how they have successfully impacted Amerian awareness of the youth’s demands for climate action and are stoking adults’ emotions, including hope, alarm, and....
A report which details the impact that health care is having on the planet through food, energy use, transport and anesthetic gases.
An IPCC Special Report on climate change, desertification, land degradation, sustainable land management, food security, and greenhouse gas fluxes in terrestrial ecosystems.
Health and Climate Change Brief for the US This Brief focuses on connections between climate change and health in the United States (U.S.) in 2017. It draws out some of....