Studying Climate Change’s Impact on Older Adults

Emerald Nguyen, Social and Behavioral Science Administrator, Division of Behavioral and Social Research

As our nation observes Earth Day this week, NIA recognizes that far too many people continue to struggle due to climate change and related weather conditions. Now more than ever, it’s crucial to better understand the science of changing climates and their impact on the health and well-being of older adults.

Learn how NIA is tracking older adults’ preparedness, adaptation, and resilience to climate change and extreme weather conditions. Read the full blog post.

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