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Symposium on Cumulative Impacts and Children's Environmental Health

January 16, 2013 - January 17, 2013
Sacramento, California

Time: Jan.16, 9-4:30 pm, Jan.17, 9-12:30 pm
Location: California EPA Building, 1001 I St; Live webcast also available

Topics covered will include:

  • Emerging Research Relevant to Cumulative Impacts and Children’s Environmental Health.   Moderator:  Mark Miller, UCSF PEHSU
  • Perspectives from Children’s Environmental Health Research Centers.   Moderator:  Lauren Zeise, OEHHA
  • Cumulative Metrics and Findings for Air Pollution.  Moderator: Melanie Marty, OEHHA
  • Future Directions:  How Do We Address Cumulative Impacts for Children?  Discussion. Moderator:  Amy D Kyle.  UC Berkeley

Co-sponsors: University of California, Berkeley; National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Office of Environmental Healh Hazard Assessment, University of California, San Francisco, Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit, United States Enviornmental Protection Agency

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  • Tell President Obama: Ban Oil Trains

    Tell President Obama and the US DOT to stop oil trains carrying diluted tar sands and fracked shale oil from the Bakken formation—both are more toxic, more explosive, and more carbon-intensive than conventional crude.

  • Tell EPA: Public Health needs a strong Haze Rule

    The EPA must improve the Regional Haze Rule so polluters are held accountable and everyone can experience healthy air at our national parks and wilderness areas.

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