War Is Hell
Apr 14, 2022 - 10:00amRoy Kroeger, REHS
In this month’s column, NEHA President Roy Kroeger explores the environmental health issues that can arise during times of war, such as water quality, shelter sanitation, toxic chemicals, environmental pollution, and food safety. He asks the question, “Are we prepared for disasters of this magnitude?” and points to the important role environmental health can play in the response to these events.
Read the President's Message in FullWAR IS HELL (PDF)
Journal of Environmental Health
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