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Climate Change / Environment / Guest Post / Voices


Climate policy is health policy: A powerful online modeling tool
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November 18, 2020

The updated Energy Policy Simulator shows positive effects of clean energy policies on health.
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All Things APHA / Health Equity / Guest Post


Creating change in housing and health equity
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October 09, 2020

New report highlights history of racism in housing and how to address it.
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Child Health / Environment / Guest Post / All Things APHA


Children’s Environmental Health Day
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October 08, 2020

Every child deserves clean air and water and safe places to live, learn and play.
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Child Health / Words from Members / Prevention / Guest Post / Environment


Childhood cancer report highlights urgent need to reduce toxins.
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Louise Dettman

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September 28, 2020

In honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, help protect children from harmful environmental exposures.
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All Things APHA / Coronavirus / Health Equity / Words from Members / Guest Post


Easing the burden of COVID-19 on U.S. Pacific Islanders
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Louise Dettman

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July 01, 2020

A new nationwide effort, the Pacific Islander COVID-19 Response Team, is working to keep communities safe.
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Climate Change / Coronavirus / Health Equity / Guest Post


Readying for natural disasters during COVID-19
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Louise Dettman

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June 04, 2020

As communities prepare for hurricane season and COVID-19 continues to spread, we must protect the most vulnerable.
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Climate Change / Guest Post


Time together offers a unique opportunity for learning and creativity
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Louise Dettman

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April 24, 2020

New resources from the Center for Climate, Health and Equity
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Guest Post / NPHW / Coronavirus


NPHW guest post: To improve health outcomes, we must address the inequalities of economics
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Kim Krisberg

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April 12, 2020

As COVID-19 moves through the country, the consequences of inequity are clearer than ever.