reference : From theory to practice: A Canadian case study of the utility of climate change adaptation frameworks to address health impacts

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Abstract It is now recognized that climate change affects human health. The question is how to adapt. This article examines mainstreaming climate considerations into public health programs and the utility of climate change and health adaptation frameworks, using Ontario, Canada, as a case study.
Author Clarke, Kaila-Lea; Berry, Peter
DOI 10.1007/s00038-011-0292-2
Date February 01
ISSN 1661-8564
Issue 1
Journal International Journal of Public Health
Pages 167-174
Title From theory to practice: A Canadian case study of the utility of climate change adaptation frameworks to address health impacts
Type of Article journal article
Volume 57
Year 2012
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