Theme of: Climate Change and its Affect on Environmental Health
Environmental Health Professionals: Your Army of Unseen Protectors
Who makes sure that our food, water, air, homes, and communities are safe? We know that it’s environmental health professionals, but to most people, our work goes unnoticed. Fortunately, Americans trust that their water is safe to drink, or that the restaurant they are eating from is clean, but they don’t consider how that happens.
Apply To Join a NEHA Committee Today!
NEHA is currently seeking members who are interested in serving on one or more of the following committees:
National Preparedness Month (NPM) is observed each September to raise awareness about the importance of preparing for weather-related disasters and emergencies. For example, the flash flooding we’re currently seeing in Tennessee and Hurricane Ida, which recently made landfall in Louisiana has caused flooding and damage across several states. Hurricanes present several public health concerns, including a rapid surge in mosquito populations, which can disrupt recovery efforts and lead to increased risk of mosquito-borne diseases such as West Nile.
You are invited to join the Florida Environmental Health Association for our 73rd Annual Education Meeting being held virtually on October 13th - 15th 2021. 3 days of interesting and exciting webinars. $50 for members and $80 for non-members.
This year the CT Environmental Health Association is hosting our annual Yankee Conference on Environmental Health. It is described as the “premier gathering of environmental health professionals from throughout the northeast. Its purpose is to provide the latest information on environmental topics….”. The event is being held at the Fox Tower Conference Center on September 22-24, 2021. The theme is "The Herculean Effort of Environmental Health".
Registration information and agenda can be found at www.cteha.org