Deputation to City of Toronto – Environment Committee re: Motion to study the impact of two-stroke engine garden equipment. Prepared by Ronald Macfarlane. Sept 15, 2020
National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health (NCCEH) Webinar Presentation. June 25, 2020. Responding to Climate Change as Public Health Professionals.
Climate Change Toolkit for Health Professionals (whole toolkit in one document in English and French). 2019. 240 pages. 8 Stand-alone Modules. Produced, edited and co-authored by Kim Perrotta for the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) with co-authors Alice McGushin, Helen Doyle, Bora Plumptre, Ronald Macfarlane, Linda Varangu and Carol Mee.
Health effects of extreme weather events and wildland fires – a Yukon perspective. 2020. Prepared by Ronald Macfarlane for the Office of the Chief Medical Officer of Health, Whitehorse, Yukon.
Edmonton Journal. June 7, 2019. Op-ed by Kim Perrotta, ED for CAPE and Dr. Joe Vipond, CAPE Board Member. Ignoring Climate Change is Bad for Albertan’s Health.
National Observer. February 2019. Op-ed by Kim Perrotta, ED for CAPE. Canada’s Health Organizations Demand Action on Climate Change.
Toronto Star. September 2018. Op-ed by Kim Perrotta, ED for CAPE, and Dr. John Howard, Chair of CAPE Board. Carbon Tax is being used to improve health.
National Observer. March 2016. Op-ed by Kim Perrotta, ED for CAPE and Ian Culbert, ED for CPHA. Canada’s Climate Plan Can Improve Human Health both at Home and Abroad.
IPolitics. 2016. Op-Ed by Kim Perrotta and Courtney Howard. Clear the Air on Climate Change.
Avoiding the TRAP: traffic-related air pollution in Toronto and options for reducing exposure. 2017. Prepared by Ronald Macfarlane and other staff. Toronto Public Health.
A Climate of Concern: Climate Change and Health Strategy. Prepared by Carol Mee and other staff for Toronto Public Health. 2015 Report.
Path to healthier air: Toronto air pollution burden of illness update. 2014. Prepared by Ronald Macfarlane and other staff. Toronto Public Health.
Air Monitoring as a Tool for Assessing and Addressing Local Air Quality. 2010. 65 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for the Office of the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (ECO). Report.
Halton’s Comprehensive Air Quality Program – Update. 2009. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for Halton Region Health Department (HRHD). Report.
Protecting Air Quality and Land Use Compatibility. 2009. 69 pages. Prepared by Peter Steer with Kim Perrottta for Halton Region Health Department. Report.
Air Quality and the Built Environment. 2007. 40 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for Halton Region Health Department (HRHD). Report.
The Health Impacts Associated with Traffic Corridors. 2005. 19 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta with Ronald Macfarlane for Toronto Public Health. Report.
Agenda for Action on Air and Health. 2004. 78 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for Toronto Public Health (TPH). Report.
Modelling Air Quality – Internal Discussion Report. 2003. 28 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta with Monica Campbell for Toronto Public Health (TPH). Report.
Global Climate Change. June 1997. 10 pages. Report on health impacts of climate change prepared for Toronto’s Board of Health by Kim Perrotta. Report.
Regional Models for Air Quality Improvement. 2000. 20 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for Clean Air Partnership (CAP). Report.