In October 2018, the Center published a new guidebook titled, “Healthy Landscapes, Healthy People.” This publication, prepared for the first-annual Faith, Science, and Climate Action Conference, serves as a guide to human health and climate change, with a specific focus on faith communities. The guidebook examines how the impacts of climate change threaten human health, and how we can better protect ourselves by protecting landscapes.
Outcome: The guidebook makes the case that protected landscapes protect our health and offers a set of strategies for communities and individuals to take.
Learn More: View our Guidebook for Montana Communities Preparing for a Changing Climate and recent presentation on protecting landscapes to protect human health.
For more information, contact Vice President for Conservation Programs Melly Reuling or Vice President for Conservation Operations Deb Kmon Davidson.