|Title||Quebec's Multi-Party Observatory on Zoonoses and Adaptation to Climate Change.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2019|
|Authors||Germain G, Simon A, Arsenault J, Baron G, Bouchard C, Chaumont D, El Allaki F, Kimpton A, Levesque B, Massé A, Mercier M, Ogden NH, Picard I, Ravel A, Rocheleau JP, Soto J|
|Journal||Can Commun Dis Rep|
|Keywords||adaptation, anticipation, climate change, Observatory, One Health, prioritization, zoonoses, zoonotic diseases|
Climate change has been linked with the establishment and geographical expansion of zoonotic diseases, an example of which is the well-documented increase in human cases of Lyme disease in Quebec, Canada. As temperatures continue to increase in Quebec, it is anticipated that several zoonotic diseases will be affected.