Climate Webinar Series

Communicating Climate Change as a Public Health Issue

Here you will find resources that were discussed during the webinar series. If you are looking for additional information, please contact Kathleen Karle at kkarle@co.slo.ca.us. 


TELLING THE CLIMATE CHANGE STORY 
July 1910:00-11:30 a.m. PST
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For more resources from Susan Joy Hassol, please click here to visit the Climate Communication site. 

CLIMATE CHANGE PLANNING TOOLS 
July 2610:00-11:30 a.m. PST
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California’s Integrated Approach to Addressing Climate Change – Michael McCormick
Adaptation Tools for Local Health Departments – Meredith Milet
Using Tools for Climate Health Adaptation at the Local Level – Matt Wolff
Developing a System to Refer Public Health Nursing Patients for Weatherization Services – Michael Kent

CLIMATE CHANGE + HEALTH EQUITY: TELLING THE STORY WITH DATA
August 210:00-11:30 a.m. PST
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Integrating Equity into Resilience Building in the Context of Climate Adaptation Planning – Jacqui Patterson
CalEnviroScreen and Climate Justice – Dr. Gina Solomon
Heat and Health in a Changing Climate – Part One – Part Two – 
Nik Steinberg

INNOVATIVE CURRICULA FOR PUBLIC HEALTH PRIORITY POPULATIONS 
August 910:00-11:30 a.m. PST
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Building Climate Change Capacity Among Community Health Workers – Nancy Villasenor
OutsideIn SLO: We Take Health and Climate Change Personally – Kathleen Karle and Morgan Feld
What’s Good for Health is Good for Climate – Judy Robinson
OutsideIn Kings: Challenges in Rural Communities – Darcy Pickens

Click here for Nancy’s webpage on climate change training.


OTHER RESOURCES
OutsideIn SLO PSA – Food
OutsideIn SLO PSA – Transporation
OutsideIn SLO WIC Curriculum Guide and Flipbook Example

Resources: Sharing Information About the Webinars

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