Encyclopedia of Environmental Health, Second Edition presents the newest release in this fundamental reference that updates and broadens the umbrella of environmental health- especially social and environmental health-for its readers. There is ongoing revolution in governance, policies and intervention strategies aimed at evolving changes in health disparities, disease burden, trans-boundary transport and health hazards. This new edition reflects these realities, mapping new directions in the field that include how to minimize threats and develop new scientific paradigms that address emerging local, national and global environmental concerns.
- Represents a one-stop resource for scientifically reliable information on environmental health
- Fills a critical gap, with information on one of the most rapidly growing scientific fields of our time
- Provides comparative approaches to environmental health practice and research in different countries and regions of the world
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