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National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

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First Global Forum Formalizes Network to Reduce Heat Health Risks

The First Global Forum on Heat and Health, held in December 2018 in Hong Kong, brought together diverse heat health practitioners and served to formally launch the Global Heat Health Information Network (GHHIN).

busy street in Hong Kong, China

Ozone Pollution Likely to Increase Disease Burden in India
Ozone pollution may have a more detrimental impact on India’s disease burden than previously estimated, according to a recent study.

figure compares the estimates of (a) premature mortality, (b) mortality rate per 100,000 population, and (c) years of life lost in 2015 from ambient ozone exposure in India

Training and Capacity Building in Global Environmental Health at NIEHS: Past, Present, and Future

With the new NIEHS strategic plan emphasizing Training and Capacity Building in Global Health, the Global Environmental Health program seeks to continue to find innovative ways to build GEH capacity around the world.

A Climate Antidote: Building Climate Resilience in Public Health

As part of the NIEHS-supported UCHAI initiative, a new video has been released that highlights efforts in India to build climate resilience in public health.

NIEHS WHOCC Releases New Resources for Climate Change and Health

NIEHS has released new climate change and human health educational materials for international and US-based health graduate and professional health students as well as for international high school students.

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CUGH 2019 Global Health Conference

March 8-10, 2019
Chicago, Illinois

GHIC 2019: Global Health & Innovation Conference

April 13-14, 2019
Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut

World Health Assembly

May 20-28, 2019
Geneva, Switzerland

International Society for Environmental Epidemiology

August 25-28, 2019
Utrecht, The Netherlands