In 2012, the U.S. dealt with the most extensive and prolonged drought conditions in more than 50 years. This four-part webinar series provides information about the preconditions leading up to the drought, discusses the significant overarching public health issues related to drought, and highlights how states, locals and American Indian and Alaska Native communities are responding.
The Public Health Implications of Drought
Slides from Webinar 1
State and Locals Respond to Drought
Slides from Webinar 2
When Every Drop Counts: Adapting to Drought – What Next?
Slides from Webinar 3
When Every Drop Counts: Initiatives in Indian Country
Slides from Webinar 4
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