Kim's Reports

Fractures in the Bridge: Unconventional (Fracked) Natural Gas, Climate Change and Human Health. 2020. 50 pages. Prepared by Ronald Macfarlane with Kim Perrotta for CAPE. Report-English and Report- French. Summary – English and Summary – French. 4 pages.

Climate Change Toolkit for Health Professionals (whole toolkit in one document in English and French)2019. 240 pages. Produced, edited and partially authored by Kim Perrotta for the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE) with co-authors Alice McGushin, Helen Doyle, Bora Plumptre, Ronald Macfarlane, Linda Varangu and Carol Mee.

Modules 1 through 8 and the 7 fact sheets can be downloaded as separate documents from the CAPE Website in English and French. 

Call to Action on Climate Change and Health. 2019. 4 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta with input from Dr. Courtney Howard and the staff at the CPHA, CMA and CNA. Feb 2019; Updated Dec 2019. Call to Action -English and Call to Action – French.

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Prescribing Active Travel for Healthy People and a Healthy Planet: A Toolkit for Health Professionals. 2017. 49 pages. Written by Kristie Daniel with Kim Perrotta for the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE). English and French.

Report, two backgrounders, and 2 patient factsheets on the CAPE website in English and French.

Global Health Statement on Coal Plants. May 2016. Statement prepared by Kim Perrotta at CAPE for 82 Health Organizations from 30 countries re: Coal Plants. Statement.

Active Travel, Transportation: Shifting the way we move. Horizons. Queen’s Family Medicine. Global Health Program. Spring 2018. Prepared by Kim Perrotta. Article

Cosmetic Pesticides – Provincial Policies & Municipal By-laws: Lessons Learned & Best Practices. 2016. 56 pages. Prepared by Ian Arnold, BHSc, MPH, JD. Edited by Kim Perrotta for CAPE. Report.

HCBD Supplement of Canadian Journal of Public Health. 2014. Coordinated by Kim Perrotta on behalf of the Heathy Canada by Design CLASP Iniative in 2014. Journal.

Healthy Canada by Design Website. 2012-2014. Managed and edited by Kim Perrotta for the Healthy Canada by Design CLASP Initiative. Website.

The Walkable City: Neighbourhood Design and Preferences, Travel Choices and Health. 2012. Prepared by Kim Perrotta with Monica Campbell, Shawn Chirrey, Larry Frank and Jim Chapman for Toronto Public Health. Report.

Air Monitoring as a Tool for Assessing and Addressing Local Air Quality. 2010. 65 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for the Office of the Environmental Commissioner of Ontario (ECO). Report.  

School Buses, Air  Pollution & Children’s Health: Follow-up Report. 2010. 83 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for the Clean Air Partnership (CAP) and the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA).  Report.

School Buses, Air Pollution & Children’s Health.  2005.  Prepared by Kim Perrotta for the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA). Report

Halton’s Comprehensive Air Quality Program – Update. 2009.  Prepared by Kim Perrotta for Halton Region Health Department (HRHD).  Report.

Creating Walkable andTransit Supportive Communities in Halton. 2009. 70 pages. Prepared by Kristie Daniel with Kim Perrotta for Halton Region Health Department (HRHD). Report.

Protecting Air Quality and Land Use Compatibility. 2009. 69 pages. Prepared by Peter Steer with Kim Perrottta for Halton Region Health Department. Report.

Air Quality and the Built Environment.  2007.  40 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for Halton Region Health Department (HRHD).  Report.  

The Health Impacts Associated with Traffic Corridors.  2005. 19 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta with Ronald Macfarlane for Toronto Public Health. Report.  

Ten Key Carcinogens in Toronto Workplaces and Environment.  2005. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for Toronto Public Health. Report.

Agenda for Action on Air and Health.  2004. 78 pages. Prepared by  Kim Perrotta for Toronto Public Health (TPH). Report.

Modelling Air Quality – Internal Discussion Report. 2003. 28 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta with Monica Campbell for Toronto Public Health (TPH). Report.

Fuelling Clean Air: Municipal Fuel Purchasing Policies that Reduce Emissions that Contribute to Poor Air Quality & Climate Change. 2003. 48 pages.Prepared by Kim Perrotta for the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA) and the Clean Air Partnership (CAP). Report.

Pesticides on Private Property-Policy Review. 2002. 19 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for Hamilton Health & Community Services.  Report. 

Beyond Coal: Power, Public Health & the Environment. 2002. 60 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for the Ontario Public Health Association (OPHA).  Report.

Air Pollution Burden of Illness – Summary Report. 2000. 22 pages. Prepared for Toronto Public Health (TPH). Report. 

Regional Models for Air Quality Improvement. 2000. 20 pages. Prepared by Kim Perrotta for Clean Air Partnership (CAP).  Report.

Environmental Health Issues in the Toronto. Prepared by Kim Perrotta. 1999. 31 pages. Report.

Ontario’s Changing Electrical Sector: Implications for Air Quality and Human Health. Prepared by Kim Perrotta with Fe de Leon. 1999. 25 pages. Report.

Global Climate Change. June 1997. 10 pages. Report on health impacts of climate change prepared for Toronto’s Board of Health by Kim Perrotta. Report.