Responding to Climate Change as Public Health Professionals

Prepared by Kim Perrotta, June 16, 2020 While COVID-19 will continue to demand our attention as public health professionals, we cannot ignore the looming public

Climate Change Toolkit for Health Professionals!

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

The ABC’s Of Global Climate Change

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

Reducing Health Impacts along Traffic Corridors: An Overview

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

Air Quality, Health Equity, AND THE Built Environment

In March  2011, the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) released a report, Urban Physical Environments and Health Inequalities, which examines outdoor air pollution and heat

Air Quality & Exercise-Related Health Benefits Related to Increased Cycling

A new study has assessed the air quality-related health benefits that would result from the elimination of all short automobile trips (i.e. round trips that are less

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