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This report describes climate hazards, recent events, and future climate projections. It documents cross-cutting health effects that disproportionately affect communities of color, tribal communities, farmworkers and underinvested rural communities. The report gives examples of public health action and emphasizes the importance of building social resilience.
Community partners are invited to provide feedback on the report by responding to this Community Partner Survey. Survey findings will help to inform the program’s next report and the 2021 update to the Oregon Climate and Health Resilience Plan.
The Oregon Climate and Health Profile Report outlines the different health risks that will increase as our climate changes and describes the populations who are most vulnerable to these risks.
As part of the report, we developed an infographic (pdf) to help explain the health effects of climate change.
We invite you to share these resources with your partners and colleagues.
For questions regarding the report contact Emily York, firstname.lastname@example.org.
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