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International Research and Applications Project (IRAP)

CPO/IRAP-supported research explores critical gaps in understanding climate-related mosquito-borne disease transmission

In recent years, there has been an alarming uptick in the number and geographic spread of mosquito-borne diseases, and the places where mosquitoes can thrive due to the temperature and precipitation of the area are shifting and growing as global temperatures rise and precipitation becomes more variable.

CPO’s International Research and Applications Project supports new Climate and Health Awards through the Belmont Forum

Climatic conditions and extreme events have substantial implications for human health and well-being around the world. CPO’s International Research and Applications Project (IRAP), joined with the National Science Foundation (NSF) to make research funding available to address key knowledge gaps, and advance the use of climate information and services in the reduction of climate-sensitive health risks through the Belmont Forum’s Collaborative Research Action on Climate, Environment and Health.

CPO’s Pacific RISA and IRAP-funded scientist lead first Republic of the Marshall Islands National Climate Change and Health Dialogue

Held amid a dengue fever outbreak, Republic of the Marshall Islands Secretary of Health Jack Niedenthal noted during the event that climate impacts on health are not merely something the country needs to prepare for in the future – they are happening right now.

Upcoming webinar on extreme heat and public health in transboundary regions

The webinar will highlight an ongoing International Research and Applications Project-funded project to explore trends in historical heat extremes and heat-related mortality and morbidity in the border cities of San Diego-Tijuana and Calexico-Mexicali, as well as the reach and effectiveness of heat-health messaging by area National Weather Service Offices and public health agencies.

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