US Environmental Protection Agency Reproductive and Pediatric Environmental Health Resources
These children’s environmental health sites and publications provide information regarding specific environmental health issues, and are great places to go to learn more if you are concerned about a certain environmental exposure or health condition. We invite you to search the sites, browse the collections, and share them with others. Some are designed for general reading, others are more technical.
US Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA)
EPA bulletin: Click here to subscribe to alerts on opportunities for public comment on rulemakings, risk assessments, and other critical developments pertaining to children's environmental health
US EPA: Integrated Risk Information System (IRIS)
US EPA: Children's Health Publications
US EPA: National Service Center for Environmental Publications
Free copies of US EPA publications on the children’s environmental health issues - many publications are available in multiple languages.
US EPA: Wildfire Smoke - A Guide for Public Health Officials
US EPA: Children's Health Month
“Protecting Children’s Health in a Changing Climate” - A Conversation with Dr. Laura Anderko (Podcasts) - Region 3
1. General Overview of Climate Change and Children’s Health Issues
2. Heat and Declining Air Quality – Children’s Health
3. Climate Change/Flooding/ Precipitation – Children’s Health Issues
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