Resource Library

The Resource Library contains publications, links, recordings, and other material on environmental health and environmental justice topics from HEFN and external sources.

Robert D. Bullard, Glenn S. Johnson, Angel O. Torres
This book examines the relationship between a community's physical conditions and health burdens. The book was published by the American Public Health...
Addressing Public Health and Chemical Exposures
National Conversation on Public Health and Chemical Exposures Leadership Council
This is the Executive Summary of an action agenda developed as part of a National Conversation on Public Health and Chemical...
Los Angeles Collaborative for Environmental Health and Justice, a project of the Liberty Hill Foundation
The Hidden Hazards report reveals new evidence of air pollution hazards and exposure in some Los...
President's Cancer Panel Report 2008-2009
President's Cancer Panel
The President's Cancer Panel devoted its 2008-2009 activities to examining the impact of environmental factors on cancer risk. This report presents the Panel's recommendations to...
National Institutes of Health
This is a two-page fact sheet from the National Institutes of Health on the health effects of climate change.
Michael Lerner, Marni Rosen, Anita Nager, Pete Myers
A description of HEFN's first decade of work from 1999-2009.
Environmental Threats to Healthy Aging
Jill Stein, Ted Schettler, Ben Rohrer, Maria Valenti, Nancy Myers
This report examines the lifetime influences of environmental factors on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and their underlying pathologic...

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Blog posted on November 17, 2020
This past summer of violent pain, liberation struggle, and racial reckoning offers us complete opening to move more fully together through mud where our field has been stuck. A solid core of HEFN...
Blog posted on September 15, 2020
At a time when health philanthropy and all it supports are so pandemic-stressed, it may seem counterintuitive to focus on racial justice and climate action. But we and many colleagues believe that,...

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