The First Global Forum for Heat and Health in Hong Kong December 17-20, 2018 will serve as an international platform to promote the integrated use of climate, weather, and health information for evidence based policy and actions to improve the man...
This special issue will focus on heatwaves and their impacts; how future climate change will affect future exposures; and the policies, strategies and measures to address these changing risks.
The CSRD partnership is a global initiative to bolster developing countries' resilience to climate variability in several thematic areas, one of which is extreme heat and human health.
To help Canadians adapt and protect themselves, the Climate Change and Innovation Bureau is supporting Canadian communities to implement and/or enhance Heat Alert and Response Systems.
The Global Heat Health Information Network (GHHIN) is a network of professionals from many domains, working together to accelerate learning and action to address the health risks of extreme heat and a warming world. The solution-based network promotes the sharing of resources and information, encourages collaborative learning and partnership building between members, and will seek to enhance technical and science based decision tools to better manage heat risks.