Annual Education Conference
The annual fall meeting of the NYS Conference of Environmental Health Directors is scheduled to be held at the Hampton Inn & Suites Conference Center in Cazenovia, New York. The meeting format includes a full day technical session on current environmental health issues and regulatory updates, followed by a half day business meeting providing member committee reports.
Less than 2 months remain until the 2017 Southern California Joint Technical Symposium on Wednesday, October 18th, 2017 at our New Location The Carson Center in Carson, California.
There is still time to take advantage of discounted early bird rates:
- Attendee Registration (save $50)
- Exhibitor Registration (save $100)
- There are also Sponsor & Exhibitor Opportunities
Discounts are available for Groups of 3+ attendees, save $100, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Webinar: Climate Changes Health: Community Design and Transportation
Friday, April 28
1:00-2:00 p.m. EDT
Learn how climate change strategies can improve community design and transportation practices. Presenters will discuss approaches to supporty healthy, equitable communities. This webinar is the third supporting the American Public Health Association's Year of Climate Change and Health.
Webinar: Climate Changes Health: Clean Energy Changes Climate
Thursday, March 30
1:00-2:30 p.m. EDT
The American Public Health Association, Health Care Without Harm, Citizens' Climate Lobby, and The Nature Conservancy are proud to present this webinar, which will provide information about the health impacts of climate change and explore clean energy solutions to mitigate climate change and advance health.
Environmental Public Health Tracking Virtual Conference The National Association of Chronic Disease Directors (NACDD) has partnered with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)/Environmental Health Tracking Branch (Tracking Branch) to host a virtual conference to 1) raise awareness and knowledge about the environment’s role in asthma and other chronic diseases and 2) highlight collaboration opportunities between state leaders, decision makers and practitioners working in environmental health and chronic disease prevention.
Climate change is affecting environmental health—the quality of air, food, and water in the communities where we live, work, and play (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention). NEHA recognizes climate change as a world-wide environmental health problem that has health and safety impacts to individuals and communities. Environmental health professionals improve and protect the public’s health and create and sustain healthy communities.
Sponsored by the National Indian Health Board, this summit is for tribes in the Southeast to learn about Zika and come together around Zika control activities.
Webinar: Lancet Countdown on Public Health and Climate Change
Thursday, December 22
1:15–2:45 p.m. EST
The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change is an international, multidisciplinary research collaboration between academic institutions and practitioners across the world.