Climate change and health
Climate change is already affecting our health, and these impacts are likely to increase. The Climate Change and Health research programme is a new collaboration the Cabot Institute for the Environment and the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute for Health Research looking into the intersection between climate change and health. The programme brings together experts from different disciplines to understand and address the health impacts of a changing climate.
What we're doing
How it helps
Climate change and health funding
We are delighted to announce the winning projects of our 2023 Climate Change and Health research funding call!
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Lead researcher profile
Professor Guy Howard, Director of the Cabot Institute for the Environment
Professor Rachael Gooberman-Hill, Director of the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute for Health Research
Professor Dann Mitchell, Professor of Climate Science
Dr Eunice Lo, Climate Change and Health Research Fellow
Related research centres
- World Health Organisation (WHO)
- Met Office
- University of Bristol US Foundation
- QR SPF (Quality-Related Strategic Priorities Fund)
- UKRI Research England
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