Strategic approaches to indoor air policy-making
World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe. (1999). Strategic approaches to indoor air policy-making. Copenhagen : WHO Regional Office for Europe. https://apps.who.int/iris/handle/10665/108169
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The right to healthy indoor air : report on a WHO meeting, Bilthoven, The Netherlands 15-17 May 2000 World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/00(5020494, 2000)Indoor air quality is an important determinant of health and wellbeing. However, the control of indoor air quality is often inadequate, one reason being the poor articulation, appreciation and understanding of basic principles underlying policies and action related to indoor air quality. As a result, the general public is familiar neither with those principles nor with their associated rights. A WHO Working Group was convened to agree on a set of statements on "The right to healthy indoor air", derived from fundamental principles in the fields ...
Health aspects of air pollution : results from the WHO project "Systematic review of health aspects of air pollution in Europe" World Health Organization. Regional Office for Europe (EUR/04/5046026, 2004)This report summarizes the most recent information on the health effects of air pollution. It is based on the results of a comprehensive review of scientific evidence organized by the World Health Organization in support of air pollution policy development in Europe, and in particular the European Commission's Clean Air for Europe (CAFE) programme. The review indicates that air pollution at current levels still poses a considerable burden on health in Europe. Many different adverse effects have been linked to exposure to air pollution, including ...
Unknown author (2015)This report includes a summary of existing policies on providing healthy environments in schools and kindergartens, an overview of environmental risk factors in schools, information on design, methods and results of selected recently conducted exposure assessment surveys and a summary of pupils’ exposures to major environmental factors, such as selected indoor air pollutants, mould and dampness and poor ventilation in classrooms, sanitation and hygiene problems, smoking and the use of various modes of transportation to school. While most ...