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Climate Change

Health in a Changing Climate

Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit and the Greenbelt Foundation teamed up for an exploration of how climate change affects the health of Ontarians. Key health risks, from extreme heat, water- and foodborne illness, and injury and mental health from severe storms can be reduced with specific actions by individuals and communities.

Health in a Changing Climate explores the impacts that climate change is having on our health. It is a collaboration with the Friends of the Greenbelt Foundation, and written by Dr. Charles Gardner, Simcoe Muskoka Medical Officer of Health and Morgan Levison, Climate Change Lead with the Healthy Environments program of the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit.

View the video series here

Read the report Climate Change and Health: Impacts and Opportunities by Dr. Gardner and Morgan Levison, and the supplementary fact sheet


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