Public Health Research Roadmap for Emerging Electricity Generating Systems

Director Linda Rudolph

The Center for Climate Change and Health is leading the effort to create a public health research roadmap aimed at anticipating and preventing potential unintended health impacts of emerging energy systems (EES). Through expert interviews, bibliographic research, and input from key stakeholders, the roadmap will be compiled from state of the art information on EES and their potentialhealth impacts to workers, consumers, and the general public in California.

For a summary of the project, please see our fact sheet.

On April 11, 2017, we held a public workshop in Sacramento to present an overview of the project and garner feedback on our findings to date.

Please see our final report to review our findings and recommendations.

We welcome feedback. Please contact or fill out this form to provide your thoughts.