Climate change is considered by many health experts to be the greatest determinant of health for a child born today. However, the
Climate change is considered by many health experts to be the greatest determinant of health for a child born today. However, the harms of climate change will not be borne equally, with certain populations more vulnerable due to structural forces such as racism and poverty or physiological factors such as age. To mitigate the threat of climate change for all populations, we must both dismantle upstream factors like our reliance on fossil fuels and reimagine our schools, cities, and homes as places of climate resilience to best protect health and promote equity.
Join the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEE) for a webinar to learn how we can equitably tackle climate change and improve health. Attendees will hear from expert speakers on why climate change is both our greatest health threat and our greatest health opportunity to build a better world.
You can register for the webinar here.
(Tuesday) 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm ET