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Raising Healthy Children in a Toxic World: 101 Solutions for Every Family

Type of Resource: Book
Source: Rodale, 2001
Author: Phillip Landrigan, Herbert Needleman and Mary Landrigan
 


In Harms Way: Toxic Threats to Child Development

Type of Resource: Article
Source: (2002). Developmental and Behavioural Pediatrics Vol 23(1S): S13 - S19
Author: Stein J., Schettler T., Wallinga D., Valenti M
 


Having Faith

Type of Resource: Book
Source: Perseus Publishing, 2001
Author: Sandra Steingraber
 


Child Health and the Environment---Public Policy Perspective

I Introduction

II Why Focus on Children's Environmental Health?

III Children's Environmental Health Policy--The National Level

IV National Legislation Under Review

V Participation in the Policy Process



-- by Susanne Burkhardt, Policy Analyst, Canadian Partnership for Children's Health and Environment



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Indicators of social quality and social exclusion at national and community level

Type of Resource: Article
Source: (2000). Social Indicators Research, 50, pp. 329-350
Author: Berman, Y. and Phillips, D
 


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