Environmental Health 2013 – Science and Policy to Protect Future Generations
will provide a forum for the discussion of most recent scientific results on the interactions of the environment and human health. In a rapidly changing global environment the protection of future generations has become a major goal of national and international politics. Thus this conference will provide a place for translating scientific evidence into strategies to direct future research and policy action.
The conference will cover a wide variety of major environment-related health concerns. Topics include, but are not limited to outdoor and indoor air pollution, climate change and hazardous chemicals and particles. Environmental justice and possible solutions to the problems of rapidly growing urban areas will have special attention.
Do not miss the opportunity to meet and discuss this rapidly developing field with pre-eminent scientific leaders!
Topics include, but are not limited to:
- Urban environments and health
- Environmental inequalities and justice
- Emerging substances and mixtures
- Environment, epigenetics and early programming
- Epidemiological studies
- Nature-Human health interactions
- Omics and health outcomes – bridging the gap
- Hot spot contamination and health outcomes
- Nanoparticles and health
- Integrating health and safety – sustainable product design
- Directing research strategies to protect future generations
- Translating science into political action