Town Hall Meeting: Climate Change and Human Health Inter-agency Federal Research and Stakeholder Input

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Monday, 24 January 2011: 12:15 PM-1:15 PM
608 (Washington State Convention Center)

Climate change can endanger human health, affecting all sectors of society, both domestically and globally. The environmental consequences of a changing climate, both those already observed and those that are anticipated, such as sea level rise, changes in precipitation resulting in flooding and drought, extended heat waves, and intensified hurricanes and storms, will affect human health both directly and indirectly. This Town Hall Meeting will focus on the human health effects that may be driven by climate-scale events and the progress of federal action and assessment of the issue. Input and engagement from attendees will be sought regarding the future direction of climate and health research, assessment of and adaptation to climate change in different regions and sectors, and input toward health-specific aspects of the National Climate Assessment. For additional information, please contact Tanya Maslak, (tel: 202-419-3474; e-mail:
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