FREE study! Public Health adaptation strategies to climate change: a literature review
For those interested in climate change, we are happy to offer you a paper to download for FREE! This paper was recently published in the International Journal of Public Health and is entitled “Health co-benefits and risks of public health adaptation strategies to climate change: a review of current literature“.
The authors (June J Cheng and Peter Berry) reviewed the literature from 2000 onwards and identified 22 articles directly addressing health co-benefits or risks of adaptation strategies. After reviewing these publications, they found that the co-benefits and risks most commonly relate to improvements in health associated with adaptation actions that affect social capital and urban design.
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