Climate change can have profound impacts on human health. This is especially recognizable in the North, where both land and society are vulnerable to rapid changes in temperature, weather, and environment.
In June of 2017, I attended the Dartmouth Arctic Science and Diplomacy workshop at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire to learn more about the world of policy and the role science can play in evidence-based decision making for the Arctic. One of outcomes of this week, in addition to a deeper understanding of Arctic politics, was an analysis of the effects of climate change on public health in the Canadian Arctic.
This paper has now been posted on the Jackson School of International Studies webpage.