Mapping Vulnerable Populations in California to Climate-Related Hazards Drs. Miriam Marlier, UCLA Assistant Professor and C-Solutions Faculty Associate, and Michael Jerrett, UCLA Professor and C-Solutions
David Eisenman interviewed live on Fox11 Los Angeles
U.S. News article about David Eisenman’s report on the mental health effects of wildfire smoke
As the U.S. Faces Lengthier Fire Seasons, Research Suggests Mental Health of Survivors Must be a Focus
UCLA C-Solutions and Climate Resolve are partnering to shed light on the mental and physical health impacts of wildfires and smoke.
Guest blog post by James Evans, Sustainability Programs Manager at UCLA Health
We need to better understand the effects of climate change on mental health.
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.
UCLA C-Solutions featured in California Healthline and Kaiser Health News, including an interview with Co-Directors Jonathan Fielding and Michael Jerrett