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Wildfire Smoke: A Growing Threat to Air Quality and Public Health [seulement en anglais]

Wildfires are becoming more frequent and intense as the global climate changes. Smoke from these fires causes episodes of the worst air quality that many populations will ever experience, sometimes lasting for weeks or months. The first part of the proposed workshop is intended to summarize the current state of the evidence on wildfire smoke generation, composition, toxicity, exposure assessment...

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Le deuxième Forum sur l’air pur de North Central aura lieu en 2018

Le thème du Forum – « Outils communautaires de changement » – favorisera la tenue de discussions constructives sur les problèmes de qualité de l’air avec lesquels les communautés doivent composer, ainsi que sur l’élaboration de politiques, l’éducation et la prise de mesures réglementaires visant la mise en place de solutions à long terme. Les leçons en matière d’amélioration de la qualité de l’...

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UBC School of Population and Public Health - How low to go? Assessing the health effects of low levels of air pollution

The best of current research in the Occupational and Environmental Hygiene (OEH) field is presented at these seminars, which run weekly during the academic year. Title: How low to go? Assessing the health effects of low levels of air pollution. The Mortality Air Pollution Associations in Low Exposure environments (MAPLE) project. Presenter: Anders Erickson

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UBC School of Population and Public Health - Characterizing the Impacts of Residential Woodsmoke in BC Communities

The best of current research in the Occupational and Environmental Hygiene (OEH) field is presented at these seminars, which run weekly during the academic year. Presenter: Matthew Wagstaff

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