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National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences
WHO Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality
WHO recently released updated indoor air quality guidelines, focusing on household fuel combustion. The new guidelines include material for policy makers, recommendations and best practices and address the importance of community action and assessment.
WHO Chemical Risk Assessment Network Newsletter
The WHO Chemical Risk Assessment Network, an initiative that aims to improve chemical risk assessment around the world, recently released a network update via newsletter. The update includes details of the recent network meeting and network activities that are being planned.
Primary Protection: Enhancing Health Care Resilience for a Changing Climate
The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), working in a public-private partnership with the health care industry, has developed a guide that describes best practices for developing sustainable and climate-resilient hospitals. This best practices document is part of HHS’s Sustainable and Climate Resilient Health Care Facilities Initiative and the President’s Climate Action Plan.