In 2016, the Office of Sustainability launched a new campaign, “Climate Changes Health,” to emphasize the connection between climate change and health. The goal of the campaign is to provide a better understanding of how the environmental consequences of climate change directly and indirectly impacts the health of people around the world.
To help distribute this imperative message, download the posters below.
|Print size (8.5x11)||Digital Posters(1200x800)||Digital Posters(1920 x 1080)|
|Phase 1||Phase 1||Phase 1|
|Air Quality||Air Quality||Air Quality|
|Cardiovascular Disease||Cardiovascular Disease||Cardiovascular Disease|
|Phase 2||Phase 2||Phase 2|
|Air Pollution||Air Pollution||Air Pollution|
|Infectious Disease||Infectious Disease||Infectious Disease|
|Extreme Heat||Extreme Heat||Extreme Heat|
**Phase 2 posters were designed by Green Impact, a Bay Area sustainability strategy and communications consultant that helps companies, universities, land conservation organizations and NGOs transform green intentions into action.
Extreme Heat and Health Posters
The Health Care Climate Council produced the following brochure and poster to educate on the health impacts of climate change and extreme heat. To distribute these materials, download them below.
Extreme Heat Brochure
Extreme Heat Poster