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Webinar Series on Climate Change and Public Health

March 2 at 2 PM EST

Climate change poses serious threats to public health now and in the future. Last year's webinar series brought together experts in the field of climate change to discuss topics such as climate science, health risk communication, adaptation strategies, and more. This year,  speakers will highlight state and local public health practices, climate change action planning, and how traditional public health tools can be used to enhance the capacity of state and local health departments in addressing climate change. Register for the first webinar to learn more. 
CIFOR Guidelines for Foodborne Disease Outbreak Response Toolkit: This toolkit provides public health practitioners with worksheets designed to help food safety programs identify and implement appropriate recommendations from the Guidelines.

Interstate Chemicals Clearinghouse to Promote Toxics Reduction: Environmental officials from 10 state and local governments have formed the Interstate Chemicals Clearinghouse to promote a clean environment, healthy communities, and a vital economy through the development and use of safer chemicals and products.

Report on Mercury and Health: Environment America has released Dirty Energy's Assault on Our Health: Mercury, a report that provides information about the public health threats, other environmental effects, and recommendations for cleaning sources of mercury pollution.

Toolkit and Report on Diversity in Transit-Rich Neighborhoods:
Research from the Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy provides an in-depth look at the social equity implications of transit and policy recommendations for mitigating gentrification. Click here to access the toolkit. 
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The National Swimming Pool Foundation will host nineteen free National Pool and Spa Training Sessions in 2011 to educate health officials about the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act. Contact Amanda Rogers to sign up at 719-540-9119.
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