‘air pollution’ Archive

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Proposed budget cut biggest in EPA’s history, panelist says

Tuesday, April 25th, 2017

The Trump administration’s proposed 31 percent cut to the national EPA budget — and a 60 percent cut to California’s EPA Region 9 — would be the agency’s “biggest in history,” said panelist Michael Jerrett at the April 25 Grand Rounds lecture, “Environmentally Unhealthy? The Health and Environmental Implications of Proposed EPA Budget Cuts.”

Jerrett, … [ Read full post ]

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CA Asthma Partners webinar (Oct. 29): Using data to create awareness of the health impacts of dirty air

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

The California Asthma Partners invite you to participate in an interactive webinar on October 29 that will provide an overview of two curricula designed to create awareness of the negative health impacts of air pollution including asthma. Catalina Garzón, the Program Director of the Pacific Institute’s Community Strategies for Sustainability and Justice program for … [ Read full post ]

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New tool helps community groups better understand and analyze environmental health data

Monday, April 15th, 2013

ALERT (Assessment of Local Environmental Risk Training to Reduce Health Disparities) is a community training and research partnership to support community efforts to combat disproportionate exposure to air pollution among vulnerable populations.  The ALERT curriculum is designed to build the capacity of community representatives to understand and analyze environmental health data, develop action plans, establish … [ Read full post ]

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Community Action Plan recommends policies and practices to protect health from air pollution

Wednesday, February 27th, 2013

CAPThe Community Action Plan is a result of “Turning Data into Action (TDA): Fighting Air Pollution in Two Immigrant Communities.   The two year project engaged more than 450 community leaders in an assessment and planning process leading to the development of the plan which addresses the effects of air pollution on asthma, [ Read full post ]

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Yale Study: Latinos more likely to suffer from high levels of air pollution

Monday, November 5th, 2012

While people of all ethnicities live in polluted areas, Hispanics, minorities and other individuals with low incomes are the group most at risk to high levels of high levels of air pollution, according to Yale University research published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives.

The most concerning pollutants are those comprising what is known … [ Read full post ]

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LA Times article: Contrasting views that pollution will be reduced once rail yard is built near LA harbor

Monday, October 22nd, 2012

The Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Company (BNSF) is proposing to build a new rail yard called the Southern California International Gateway (the SCIG) on property owned by the Port of Los Angeles, according to yesterday’s LA Times article

The article mentions the Port of Los Angeles, drafted a report called the “… [ Read full post ]

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