The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF), in partnership with George Mason’s University’s Center for Climate Change Communication, has awarded grants to seven communities across the United States to study health, health equity and climate change solutions.
These communities—from Anchorage, Alaska, to Austin, Texas—have all developed and implemented projects that address the health impacts of climate change, while working to improve health equity. Grantees will assess and learn from their strategies for creating healthier, more resilient communities.
The projects selected represent a range of solutions, including the greening of public spaces, sustainable agriculture and housing weatherization.
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October 04, 2019