Global Environmental Health and the Administration’s Priorities and Executive Actions
Shortly after his election, President Joseph Biden announced that his administration would focus on four priorities, which the White House labelled as “converging crises.” These priorities are to control the COVID-19 pandemic, provide economic relief, tackle climate change, and advance racial equity and civil rights.
- December 2021: Climate Change and Health Is Highlighted at Global and National Meetings
- October 2021: 2021 International Climate Change Reports Assess the Earth’s Climate
- August 2021: Global Study Evaluates Heat-Related Deaths Associated with Climate Change
- June 2021: Empowering the Public to Tackle Climate Change, Charting a Path for the U.S.
- April 2021: Global Environmental Health and the Administration’s Priorities and Executive Actions
- February 2021: New Study Finds Ocean Pollution a Threat to Human Health
- December 2020: National Meetings Focus on the Importance of Addressing Climate Change
- October 2020: New Report Highlights Magnitude of Global Lead Poisoning in Children
- August 2020: GEH Day Draws Links Between Human Health and Global Environmental Change, Emphasizes Solutions
- June 2020: The COVID-19 Pandemic from a Global Environmental Health Perspective
- April 2020: New Report Outlines Strategy to Secure a Healthier Future for Children
- February 2020: NIEHS-sponsored Meetings Explore Health Effects of Endocrine Disruptors in Africa