Collection of materials about child health risks from indoor and outdoor air pollution

Air pollution is known to contribute to asthma and other respiratory problems in children. Outdoor emissions arise from multiple sources especially transportation and many different industries. Indoor air pollution sources are often from consumer products. Collected here are detailed and summary resources about this topic with lots of useful resources for actions that parents, teachers and child care providers can take to reduce air pollution where children live, learn and play.

Publications and On-line Resources

  1. December 16, 2011
    Frequently asked questions(FAQ)
  2. April 2011
    Report
  3. April 2011
    Summary, Report
  4. 2011
    Web page, Video, Background information
  5. 2010
    Web page
  6. October 2010
    Report
  7. September 28, 2010
    Fact Sheet
  8. September 28, 2010
    Fact Sheet
  9. 2010
    Summary, Web page, Background information
  10. 2010
    Brochure, Fact Sheet
  11. January 2010
    Report
  12. August 2008
    Summary, Report
  13. July 2007
    Web page, Report
  14. April 2007
    Web page, Fact Sheet
  15. 2007
    Report
  16. 2007
  17. 2007
    Web page
  18. 2006
    Web page
  19. November 2005
    Report
  20. October 2005
    Book
  21. 2005
    Web page
  22. September 15, 2005
    Book
  23. September 2005
    Book Chapter
  24. 2005
    Report
  25. September 2004
    Fact Sheet
  26. 2004
    Web page, Report
  27. 2003
    Report
  28. 2003
    Web page, Book
  29. 2002
    Poster
  30. June 2002
    Background information, Report
  31. December 2000
    Report
  32. May 2000
    Report

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