USC Environmental Health Centers

Current news, events and research projects of the Environmental Health Centers based at USC

Community Outreach Materials


Living Near Diesel Exhaust English/Spanish

Children's Health & Urban Parks English/Spanish

Living Near Busy Roads or Traffic Pollution English/Spanish

Living Near Lead English/Spanish

Living Near Arsenic English/Spanish

Saltan Sea Pollution English/Spanish

Tips for a Health Home English/Spanish

Cleaner Air = Less Symptoms: Berhane, et al. JAMA 2016. DOI:10.1001/jama.2016.3444 English/Spanish 

Did Policy Changes Lead to Cleaner Air? Lurmann, Avol, Gilliland, JAWMA 2015 DOI:10.1080/10962247.2014.991856

Cleaner Air = Healthier Lungs: Gauderman, et al. NEJM 2015. DOI:10.1056/NEJMoa1414123

Resources co-developed with THE Impact Project partners:

Neighborhood Assessment Teams: Case studies from Southern California and instructions on community investigations of traffic-related air pollution.  A manual on community based research. English/Spanish

Speakers Kit: Designed to help community members, environmental health and justice organizations, clinicians, public health practitioners, and other key stakeholders to understand the basics of goods movement activities and how to give testimony.

Policy Briefs:

Trade, Health, and Environment: Making the Case for Change English

Tracking Harm: Health and Environmental Impacts of Rail Yards English/Spanish

Importing Harm: U.S. Ports’ Impacts on Health and Communities English/Spanish

Driving Harm: Health and Community Impacts of Living near Truck Corridors English/Spanish

Storing Harm: the Health and Community Impacts of Goods Movement Warehousing and Logistics English/Spanish

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