The Resource Library contains publications, links, recordings, and other material on environmental health and environmental justice topics from HEFN and external sources.
Assessing, Addressing & Progressing: Philanthropy Improves Community Environments and Health for All
An introductory issue brief to help funders investing in efforts to assess and address environmental hazards in local communities.
Drilling Deeper: Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing and Related Grantmaking Strategies (4-page Summary)
A four-page summary of HEFN's Drilling Deeper: Impacts of Hydraulic Fracturing and Related Grantmaking Strategies report.
This report summarizes survey findings from HEFN's October 2012 survey of NGOs and foundations on the impacts of fracking.
This website offers a podcast and related information related to initatives to protect children from toxics at school. The...
The Director of the Nat'l Institute of Environmental Health Services and the Nat'l Toxicology Program discusses environmental health, toxic chemistry, and the politics of...
Human Health Risks and Exposure Pathways of Proposed Horizontal Hydrofracking in New York State (Summary Report)
A report summarizing 20 important human health concerns associated with fracking activity.
A briefing paper detailing the health, environmental and community impacts of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, and the strategies grantmakers are...
This issue brief calls for greater collaboration between public health and housing communities and outlines a...
This report summarizes findings from a significant body of peer-reviewed science on chemicals and health, including overviews of diseases linked to chemical exposures and...
This report is a detailed assessment and synthesis of existing research on fracking as well as the results of interviews with representatives from...
Fireside Chat: The John Merck Fund’s Ruth Hennig on Environment and Health in the Trump Administration
From Our Blog
Beyond Rogue One: What Science Fiction Can Tell Us About Resisting Trump and Supporting Social Movements
Blog posted on February 1, 2017
I’m obsessed with analogies. I feel like I can’t claim to understand a given issue unless I can describe it effectively using an analogy that’s both intuitive and provocative (and hopefully...
Blog posted on January 27, 2017
Lately I have found myself stupefied into virtual silence. And I know, from speaking with many colleagues and many of you reading this, that I am not alone.