In a new report, Inheriting a Sustainable World: Atlas on Children’s Health and the Environment, the World Health Organization (WHO) lays out the global challenges to children’s environmental health and identifies actions to prevent and reduce environmental risks.
The Clean Cooking Implementation Science Network is working to accelerate widespread and sustained adoption of clean cooking technologies and achieve health benefits on a population scale by advancing understanding of what makes cookstove projects successful.
Launched as a result of a three-month American Embassy Science Fellowship, an NIEHS-Indian research and training project aims to build capacity for research on air pollution and its health impacts in India.
World RePORT is an open-access, interactive mapping database project highlighting biomedical research investments and partnerships from some of the world’s largest funding organizations.
Air Quality Awareness Week 2017: Be Air Aware
70th World Health Assembly
World Environment Day 2017: Connecting People to Nature
29th Annual Scientific Conference of the International Society of Environmental Epidemiology: Healthy Places, Healthy People – Where Are the Connections?
International Society of Exposure Science 2017: Integrating Exposure Science across Diverse Communities