We need to better understand the effects of climate change on mental health.
Life in lockdown teaches a lesson that public health scientists have known for a long time: parks are a lifeline, especially for city-dwellers.
Diane Garcia-Gonzales and Michael Jerrett’s guest column in the Los Angeles Daily News
Increased heat can affect students’ academic performance, especially students who are Black, Hispanic, or from low-income families.
Michael Jerrett interviewed in the Los Angeles Times
New research shows that adding green space in LA’s “park poor” neighborhoods could lead to a population-level gain of some 165,000 years in life expectancy.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shown some of the ways that Black communities face the harshest consequences of our public health failures. We need to work together to implement climate adaptive policies that protect Black lives and close the gap.
Michael Jerrett quoted in the Los Angeles Times
UCLA C-Solutions featured in California Healthline and Kaiser Health News, including an interview with Co-Directors Jonathan Fielding and Michael Jerrett
Andrew M. Fraser, Mikhail V. Chester, and David Eisenman. Urban Climate 25:109-119 (2018).