The Climate and Health Program of the Washington State Department of Health aims to reduce the negative effects of climate change on public health by working with local health departments, communities, and other state, tribal, and local agencies.
The Oregon Health Authority’s Climate and Health Program is striving to integrate climate change into public health practice, systems, and policies to ensure that all Oregon residents have equitable access to clean air, clean water, and healthy food.
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Climate change presents an uncertain future with potentially high costs for Missoula County in western Montana. The area's economy and high quality of life that draw and keep people in the region could be in jeopardy due to changes in average temperature, stream flows, and precipitation.