US Environmental Protection Agency Releases Climate Change and Children’s Health and Well-Being in the United States Report 

The US Environmental Protection Agency has released a report investigating climate-related environmental hazards that impact children’s health and well-being. Focusing on poor air quality, extreme heat, changes in seasonality, flooding, and infectious diseases, the report analyzes risks to children and reviews pathways in which the climate can affect children’s health. In addition, it details how these risks disproportionately impact children from overburdened populations. 

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