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WHO air quality guidelines for particulate matter, ozone, nitrogen dioxide and sulfur dioxide: Global update 2005: Summary of risk assessment
(World Health Organization, 2006)
The new information included in this latest update of the Air quality guidelines relate to four common air pollutants: particulate matter (PM), ozone (O3), nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and sulfur dioxide (SO2). The scope of this ...
Desalination: Resource and Guidance Manual for Environmental Impact Assessments
The world's oceans have always been a source of food and other goods. The industrial‐scale production of drinking water from the sea, however, has only become possible since the 1950s. Today the worldwide number of ...
Reducing Public Health Risks associated with the Sale of Live Wild Animals of Mammalian Species in Traditional Food Markets - Interim Guidance
To reduce the public health risks associated with the sale of live wild animals for food in traditional food markets, WHO, OIE and UNEP have issued guidance on actions that national governments should consider adopting ...
Health & Environment: Tools for Effective Decision-Making: Review of Initial Findings
In response to the urgent need for a more coherent and proactive policy agenda, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) joined forces at the 2002 World Summit on Sustainable ...
The Health Impacts of Lead Exposure - Toolkit for Establishing Laws to Eliminate Lead Paint Second Edition
(United Nations Environment Programme, 2021)
Compendium of WHO and other UN Guidance on Health and Environment
(World Health Organization, 2021)
This compendium provides a systematic compilation of published guidance from WHO and other UN organizations on all major areas of health and the environment. This guidance also includes information about ways to raise ...