These tools support adaptation analysis, planning and implementation in relation to health.
The tools were supported or created by the Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Division (CCIAD), Natural Resources Canada. They are made available here in the language of the author, and do not constitute an endorsement of content or recommendations.
Toronto Public Health - Heat Vulnerability
(Web-based Tool) (2012)
Toronto Public Health’s interactive maps allow users to explore heat vulnerability levels in different areas of the city. Users can view indices for the general public and seniors, and can choose to map locations for relief from the heat.
For guidance on adapting the tool for your needs, please contact Stephanie Gower at Toronto Public Health for a copy of a related report about the implementation of the maps. Stephanie can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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