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As the climate continues to change, we can expect climate related disasters to be more frequent and more severe. The Climate & Health Program recognizes that those who contribute the least to climate change experience these disasters the most. Fostering climate resilience in community driven, culturally responsive ways is critical. The following OHA and partner resources outline promising new models and efforts to foster climate and disaster resilience in Oregon, particularly among communities of color.
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