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NACCHO Demonstration Site: Health Effects of Global Climate Change in Central Florida Videos
This three-part video series was created by the Orange County (FL) Health Department as an educational tool to teach health department staff, external partners, and the general public about the health effects of climate change in Central Florida.
The first video focuses on how climate change is affecting the quality of the very air we breathe, the water we depend on, and how it's increasing the dangers of asthma, respiratory disorders, water-borne and heat related illnesses. The second video in this series focuses on how climate change is affecting our health by an increase in air, water, food, and insect borne diseases. The third and final video in this series discusses how climate change may increase the stress and mental health issues of local communities through disease, death, and displacement.
Climate Change Toolkit
Adaptation, Air Quality, Climate, Environmental Health, Environmental Justice, Food Safety, Health Promotion and Health Education, Infectious Diseases, Mitigation, Natural Disaster, Risk Communication, Vulnerable Populations, Water Quality, Workforce Competency
Orange County (FL) Health Department
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By David Overfield
three part videos discuss climate change by national leaders and can be used anywhere for education or instruction
By Mona Mena
Three videos on climate change developed by Orange County, Florida's Health Department include: The Effects on our Air and Water, The Effects of Disease and The Effects on Society. These videos provide an overview on how climate change will effect health and can be used for staff as well as community members.
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