Connecting to nature is one of the best things you can do to improve your patient’s health. 

Why Is Climate Change Impacts Indivduals Health? 

Increasing a patients knowledge of the effects of climate and the positive impacts they can have on their own health and population health in Canada. Integrating information about climate and nature into health will empower individuals to interact with nature more and be more engaged with solutions to climate change.

Evidence-informed, consensus-based information helps build capacity to engage in public health activities related to climate change and the positive impacts for patients when they interact with nature while helping to midgate climate change and the effects on individuals/population health as a result of climate change.

To help facilitate and foster knowledge of the health effects of climate change, while educating people on ways they can positively interact with nature to prove their health and taking steps to reduce their impact on the climate. to climate change.

Research shows that kids and adults who spend more time in nature are happier and healthier

Climate & Health 

Explore each system to discover the science behind climate and your patient’s health

The Medicine Wheel has been used by the Indigenous people for health and healing. It embodies the Four Directions, as well as Father Sky, Mother Earth, and Spirit Tree, all of which symbolize dimensions of health and the cycles of life

Traditional Knowledge

Learn why Indigenous People traditional knowledge has always understood that health is not separate from climate and nature

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The Population Health framework groups determinants of health into four categories, each of which can be influenced by government programs and policies.

Population Health Model 

Factors that influence health outcomes are called the determinants of health.

The Population Health framework groups determinants of health into four categories, each of which can be influenced by government programs and policies. The framework also includes citizens’ involvement in their own health and well-being as well as external factors that can influence the health of the population. 

The determinants of health are made up of  income, education, culture, personal health practices, support networks

The How

Explore each system to learn HOW climate and nature have a positive impact on health and the science behind it

It is all about connecting to nature to protect the planet and peoples health

For Adults

For 20 years of age and up 


Climate & Cardiovascular Health




Climate & Respirtorory Health




Climate & Mental Health




Climate & Older Adults (55+) Health



For Children & Youths

For 20 years of age and under


Climate & Early Life Health




Climate & Respirtorory Health




Climate & Mental Development Health in Childern




Climate & Healthy Weights



Climate Change and New Brunswick 

Changing climate and its impact on New Brunswicker’s health


Climate & Vector-Borne Disease




Climate & Increasing Temperatures 




Climate & Our Food




Climate & Your Lungs



Climate Toolkit


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