Energy, Health and Climate

CTV News. Jan 29, 2020. Dangerous, toxic and Harmful: Fracking is a public health risk doctors association says.

Fractures in the Bridge: Unconventional (Fracked) Natural Gas, Climate Change and Human Health. 2020. 50 pages. Prepared by Ronald Macfarlane with Kim Perrotta for CAPE. Report-English and Report- French. Summary – English and Summary – French. 4 pages.

Submission re: Just Transition Taskforce, 2018 Prepared by Kim Perrotta for CAPE.

Health Collaborative Submission re: Federal Regulations for GHGs from Natural Gas Plants, 2018. Prepared by Kim Perrotta.

Health Collaborative Submission re: Regulations for GHGs from Coal Plants, 2018. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for CAPE.

Globe and Mail. April 2017. Op-ed by Kim Perrotta, ED for CAPE and Dr. Granger Avery, President, CMA. It’s Time to Clear the Air on Canada’s Coal-Fired Electricity.

National Observer. March 2017. Op-ed by Kim PerrottaConnecting the Dots on the Health Impacts of Coal Plants.

CMAJ Blog. March 2017. Article prepared by Kim Perrotta. Misled by Incomplete Facts about Air Quality & Health Impacts of Coal Plants.

Out with the Coal – In with the New. 2016. 61 pages. Prepared by Benjamin Israël, Erin Flanagan for the Pembina Institute. Reviewed by Kim Perrotta for CAPE. Report & CAPE Factsheet

Health Collaborative Submission to Federal-Provincial Climate Working Group on Electricity Sector, 2016. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for CAPE.

National Observer. March 2016. Op-ed by Kim Perrotta, ED for CAPE and Ian Culbert, ED for CPHA. Canada’s Climate Plan Can Improve Human Health both at Home and Abroad.

Global Health Statement on Coal Plants. 2016. Statement prepared by Kim Perrotta at CAPE for 82 Health Organizations from 30 countries re: Coal Plants. Statement

Edmonton Journal. May 2016. Op-ed by Kim Perrotta, ED for CAPE. Phase-out of Coal-Fired Power Plants belongs on G7 Health Agenda.

Beyond Coal: Power, Public Health & the Environment. 2002. 60 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA).  Report.

Ontario’s Changing Electrical Sector: Implications for Air Quality and Human Health. Prepared by Kim Perrotta with Fe de Leon for Toronto Public Health. 1999. 25 pages. Report.