Missed the September 26 Webinar? Watch the recording below.
This Clean Air Webinar digs deeper some of the concepts covered in June’s webinar, Climate Change and Air Quality. In particular, guest speakers Marika Egyed and Phil Blagden will address how the linkages between air quality and climate change have important implications for health as reported in the Air Quality chapter of Health of Canadians in a Changing Climate.
Want to catch recordings of previous 2022 Clean Air Webinars?
- February: How the Federal CAAQS Informs Air Quality
- March: Alberta’s Air Monitoring Plan – The Next Five Years
- April: Camrose Project – Community Science, Environmental Studies, and Flow2 Air Quality Sensors
- May: What to do About Wildfire Smoke and Poor Air Quality Days
- June: Exploring the Relationship Between Climate Change & Air Quality
Additional Links & Resources
Climate Change and Health
- Canada in a Changing Climate national assessment reports
- Health of Canadians in a Changing Climate assessment report
- Associated outreach products (e.g, fact sheets, briefing notes, presentation)
- Additional outreach products (graphic cards, an infographic and social media messages for each chapter) intended for promotion and amplification
Air Quality and Health Canada
- Health Canada Air Quality
- A recent report on the health burden of air pollution in Canada (including provincial estimates): Health Impacts of Air Pollution in Canada: Estimates of morbidity and premature mortality outcomes
- Sign up to the Health Canada Air Program’s email list to receive updates about published reports, webinars, etc
Marika Egyed leads the Air Sectors Health Assessment Section in Health Canada’s air quality program. She has 30 years of experience conducting human health risk assessments for air pollutants. Her team evaluates the health risks associated with air pollutant mixtures from multiple sources of air pollution, including diesel exhaust and traffic-related air pollution. Her team’s work includes assessment of the health burden of air pollution as well as of individual sources of air pollution, and the health benefits associated with emission reductions of mitigation strategies. Marika was the co-lead author of the chapter addressing air quality in the national climate change assessment report “Health of Canadians in a Changing Climate”.
For more information
Julie Kusiek, Engagement Coordinator
Alberta Capital Airshed