California Department of Public Health
The CalBRACE Project developed climate change and health indicators narratives and data to provide local health departments and partners tools to better understand the people and places in their jurisdictions that are more susceptible to adverse health impacts associated with climate change, specifically extreme heat, wildfire, sea level rise, drought, and poor air quality. The assessment data can be used to screen and prioritize where to focus deeper analysis and plan for public health actions to increase resilience.
Drought Extreme heat Extreme storms Sea level rise Temperature Wildfire
Data, tools, and research