The Climate and Health Interdisciplinary Research Programme (CHIRP) at Leeds is based in the Priestly International Centre for Climate at the University of Leeds. CHIRP@LEEDS is a joint collaboration across the climate and global health themes, and partners the Leeds School of Earth and Environment, and the Leeds Institute for Health Sciences, including the Nuffield Centre for Global Health and Development. Led by Professor Lea Berrang-Ford, the programme integrates interdisciplinary expertise across Leeds faculties, including strengths in public health, epidemiology, medicine, engineering, climate science, nutrition, and geography.
Stephanie Austin attended the Ouranos Symposium in Quebec City December 4th and 5th. Ouranosis a consortium on regional climatology and adaptation to climate change (www.ouranos.ca). Stephanie Austin presented on current Canadian federal, provincial, territorial and municipal health adaptation strategies due to climate change. (Poster title: Public Health Adaptation to Climate Change in Canadian Jurisdictions / Adaptation des systèmes de santé publique aux changements climatiques à travers les juridictions canadiennes. By: Stephanie E. Austin, James D. Ford, Lea Berrang-Ford, Malcolm Araos, Stephen Parker and Manon D. Fleury)
Also you can check out Stephanie's live tweets from the Symposium @se_austin