“The Building Resilience Against Climate Effects (BRACE) framework is a five-step process that allows health officials to develop strategies and programs to help communities prepare for the health effects of climate change. Part of this effort involves incorporating complex atmospheric data and both short and long range climate projections into public health planning and response activities. Combining atmospheric data and projections with epidemiologic analysis allows health officials to more effectively anticipate, prepare for, and respond to a range of climate sensitive health impacts.”
– Centers for Disease Control
Publications: Marinucci, Gino D., et al. “Building resilience against climate effects—A novel framework to facilitate climate readiness in public health agencies.” International journal of environmental research and public health 11.6 (2014): 6433-6458.