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Climate Change and Public Health

Working to prevent the health effects of climate change

Oregon's Climate and Health Program is working with partners to study, prevent, and plan for the health effects of climate change.

  • Our Climate and Health Resilience Plan outlines a set of recommended strategies for the Oregon Public Health Division, local and tribal health jurisdictions and partners across sectors.
  • Join our listserv for occasional updates and opportunities to engage.

Climate and Health Perspectives

Voices of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs

This series of short videos was developed during a three-day digital storytelling workshop with members of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs in 2017. The pilot project explored digital storytelling as a method for building partnerships, understanding local climate impacts and raising awareness about community concerns.

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Climate change work in Oregon

Publications and Training Materials
Reports, plans and tools developed by our program staff and partners.


Climate Hazards in Oregon
Raising awareness about the climate impacts and health risks in Oregon, including resources for preparing for specific climate hazards.


Local Health Partners
Local health departments planning for climate change in Oregon.


Health Equity and Social Vulnerability
Integrating health equity considerations into climate change planning.


Public health's role

Learn about public health's role in addressing and reducing the impacts of climate change:

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