The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) National Environmental Public Health Tracking Program is hosting the sixth annual Tracking Awareness Week from July 12–16, 2021. CDC, state and local health departments, partners, researchers, and people interested in environmental health are coming together to highlight important nationwide environmental health issues as well as recognize the work of the Tracking Program.
The theme of this year’s Tracking Awareness Week is Powered by Tracking. This theme will highlight unique data and tools on the Tracking Network that lead to public health action. Tracking is more than data! This theme will also highlight the network of people and partners that power the Tracking Network and their contributions to creating healthier communities.
Tracking Awareness Week Topics
- Monday: Tracking and Sharing Unique Data
- Tuesday: Expanding Partnerships
- Wednesday: Responding to COVID-19
- Thursday: Environmental Justice
- Friday: Celebrating Successes
- Join the conversations on Facebook and Twitter using the #PoweredbyTracking hashtag.
- RSVP for the Twitter Chat on Thursday, July 15 from 2–3 p.m. EDT. You can use #TrackingChat to ask questions and engage in conversations with Tracking staff, funded state and local health departments, and partners.
- Join Tracking’s email list to learn the latest from the Tracking Program.