Tele-townhall: Chronic Disease, Air Pollution and Public Health: Risk, Prevention, & Preparedness
On Wednesday, April 9, from 3:30-4:30PM ET, the American Public Health Association will host a “tele-townhall” on the health effects of air pollution.
From the American Public Health Association:
“Celebrate National Public Health Week by joining, “Chronic Disease, Air Pollution & Public Health: Risk, Prevention, & Preparedness” – a tele-townhall discussion with EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and HHS Assistant Secretary for Health, Howard Koh, MD, MPH together with national health leaders from the American Lung Association and American Public Health Association and others as they discuss the health impacts of air pollution, including worsening conditions due to climate change. Participants can also look forward to hearing about efforts underway today to better protect the public, especially children, elderly and those living with chronic lung or heart disease.
This event sponsored by the American Lung Association, the American Public Health Association, the American Thoracic Society, the American Heart Association, Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, Trust for America’s Health, and the National Association of County and City Health Officials.”