Public Health Impacts of Climate Change in California: Community Vulnerability Assessments and Adaptation Strategies

Publisher: California Department of Public Health
Year: 2007

This report examines the potential health impacts of extreme heat on California’s population and provides adaptation strategies to reduce risks. The study recommends strengthening the public health network, improving monitoring of heat-related illness, and increasing public awareness of the risks of extreme heat. The report emphasizes the need for coordinated efforts across government agencies, community organizations, and the public to address the public health impacts of climate change in California.

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