In May 2019, the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) released a new resource, the Climate Change Toolkit for Health Professionals. The toolkit
Global Findings – Impacts of Climate Change On November 29th, a global research team hailing from 27 academic institutions and inter-governmental organizations, released the 2018
“The human symptoms of climate change are unequivocal and potentially irreversible – affecting the health of populations around the world, today. Whilst these effects will
Reprinted with permissions from the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (cape.ca). Kim Perrotta, Executive Director, CAPE In 2015, the International Panel on Climate
There are a number of different policies and approaches that can be used to reduce the health impacts associated with elevated levels of air pollution
Over the last two decades, dozens of studies have been directed at air pollution and negative health impacts along high volume traffic corridors in cities around the world.