The mission of CDC's Climate and Health Program is to lead efforts to identify vulnerable populations to climate change, prevent and adapt to current and anticipated health impacts, and assure that systems are in place to detect and respond to current and emerging health threats. This website provides links to information about projects, partnerships and funding opportunities.
The CDC's National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network is a system of integrated health, exposure, and hazard information and data from a variety of national, state, and city sources and includes a climate change focus.
Climate-Ready NC, part of the CDC's Climate Ready States & Cities Initiative, aims to bring together experts and resources to address the potential human health effects of changes in the state's climate. The website includes a link to the Strategic Plan for Addressing Health Impacts of Climate Change in North Carolina.
he EPA's webpage provides information on climate impacts to human health, links to adaptation examples, and additional references.
Part of the US Global Change Research Program, MATCH is a searchable clearinghouse of publicly available Federal metadata and links for data sets and tools including monitoring and surveillance data sets, early warning systems, and tools for characterizing the human health impacts of climate change.
The Climate.gov 'Health and Climate' webpage provides links to relevant data sets, fact sheets, and data stories on how NOAA data, products, and services help to address health sector decision-making needs.
The mission of NOAA's Oceans & Human Health Initiative (OHHI) is 'to improve the understanding and management of the ocean, coasts, and Great Lakes to enhance benefits to human health and reduce public health risks'. The website provides an array of resources and information on current program initiatives.
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