Prepared by Kim Perrotta MHSc, June 17, 2021 A new report prepared by the Canadian Institute for Climate Choices (CICC), The Health Costs of Climate
Methane reductions needed to slow climate change will produce significant and immediate health benefits.
Renewable energy can improve air quality and public health, reduce health inequities, while fighting climate change.
Public health encouraging investments and policies to promote ZEVs to produce health, social equity and climate benefits.
Subsidies to the fossil fuel sector by countries around the world are undermining commitments to fight climate change.
Hamilton Spectator. June 23, 2020. Op-ed prepared by Dr. Charles Gardner, MOH for Simcoe Muskoka DHU, Ian Culbert, ED for CPHA, and Kim Perrotta, ED for