Klaver-2001-A feasibility assessment to study societal adaptation and human health impacts under various future climate scenarios anticipated in the Canadian Prairies

Climate change could alter the health status, directly or indirectly, of populations on the
Canadian Prairies. However, the health effects of climate change on Prairie residents, and
short-, medium-, and long-term adaptation measures that will be required, are largely
unknown. We invited various stakeholders in four sectors (Government, Industry,
Academia, and Public) to participate in Round Table Discussions (RTDs) in order to
obtain a balanced perspective for the future directions that research might take regarding
human health and climate change.