Event update: The air out there: Traffic, pollution and children’s health

View event video, live tweet feed, questions, answers and more about air pollution and children’s health.

On Sunday April 24, 2016 the SC-CEHC co-sponsored the event: The air out there: Traffic, pollution and children’s health with southern california public radio station KPCC. USC Keck Professor Jim Gauderman participated in the panel discussion lead by KPCC Early Childhood Development correspondent Deepa Fernandez. This time provided many great questions and insights into the health effects of air pollution as well as community perspectives and experiences as awareness about how pollution affects health continues to grow in the Southern California region.

KPCC live tweeted the event via @KPCCInPerson. The event can be viewed in full below, including a question/answer session from the audience.

 

Earth Day 2016

The faculty and staff at the Southern California Environmental Health Sciences Center, are glad this is a day to bring attention to our earth and the ways that we can take action to help sustain it in the present and especially the future.

Today, over 170 at the United Nations are signing a historic climate agreement. You can watch their live and recorded coverage below. Continue reading “Earth Day 2016”

Children’s Health Center to co-sponsor forum on health and air pollution

The Community Outreach team of the Southern California Children’s Environmental Health Center is co-sponsoring an event with local radio station KPCC on Sunday, April 24, 2016. The expert panel that has been assembled will include Jim Gauderman and community partners that the Community Outreach team has worked with over the years: Scott Chan and Elisa Nicholas.

The Outreach team will be publicizing the event and have a booth with resources at the event. Continue reading “Children’s Health Center to co-sponsor forum on health and air pollution”