Can we predict health impacts in a changing climate?
Assessing risks to public health is a critical preparation before any environmental project begins – especially in a changing climate. Here’s how health impact assessments can help identify and protect against unintended consequences.
map marker Canada | February 21, 2019
In 2013, mass flooding impacted residence of Calgary, Alberta.100,000
In 2016, residents in Fort McMurray, Alberta were displaced from wildfire.88,000
In 2014, Assiniboine River's flood caused significant property damage in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.$1 Billion
Approximate deaths in Quebec resulting from extreme heat in 2010.280
People evacuated from La Ronge, Saskatchewan in 2014 from wildfires.13,000
In 2014, Yellowknife loses its summer. Approximate days covered in smoke.122
Senior Technical Lead, Toxicology and Risk Assessment, Environment