Liens entre
l’environnement
et la santé


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hoose a
topic from any-
where on the
circle to find
out: 
what actions
you can take,
sources
related, the
pollutants
responsible
and the
health effects
caused.

 

 

Links between the Environment
and Human Health

Community Animation Program,
Human Health & the Environment Resource
Guide,
August 2000


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References used in making this chart:

  • "Issues in Environment, Economy and Health in Canada (Draft)", National Round
    Table on the Environment and Economy, 1999
  • "Environmental Health Indicators", Department of Health, Washington State, 1998
  • "Climate Change and Human Health", David Suzuki Foundation, 1998
  • "Health and Environment in Sustainable Development: Five Years after the
    Earth Summit", World Health Organization, 1997
  • "Health and Environment: Partners for Life", Health Canada, 1997
  • "Hidden Exposures: A practical guide to creating a healthy environment for you
    and your children", South Riverdale Community Health Centre, 1997
  • "A Matter of Degrees: A primer on climate change", Environment Canada, 1997
  • "Thinning of the Ozone Layer: The Health Effects", Health Canada, 1997
  • "Our Global Environment- a health perspective", Anne Nadakavukaren, 1995
  • "Indoor Air Quality: Tools for Schools Action Kit", USA Environmental Protection
    Agency, 1995
  • "Guide to Riverdale Eco-Tour: Environmentally significant sites in Riverdale",
    South Riverdale Community Health Centre, 1994

For more information about these and other publications,
please see the "Community Animation Program: Human Health
and the Environment Resource Guide", or call us
toll-free at: 1-800-663-5755