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European Environment Agency, May 2013
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|Resource title||Environment and human health|
|Author(s)||Joint EEA-JRC report 5/2013|
|Publication/ source||European Environment Agency|
|Date published||May 2013|
|Summary text/ abstract||Human health and well-being are intimately linked to environmental quality. This has been recognised for decades amongst policymakers in Europe, and most recently appears as a cornerstone in the European Commission's proposal for the 7th Environment Action Programme. This report, produced jointly by the European Environment Agency and the European Commission's Joint Research Centre, outlines a number of environmental issues with a direct influence on people's health and well-being and is a follow-up and update to the 2005 EEA/JRC report. In the 8 years that have passed, the political context of environment and health has evolved. As highlighted in EEA's The European Environment – state and outlook 2010 the policy focus is increasingly shifting from single environmental pollution issues towards systemic challenges regarding the maintenance of ecosystem resilience and the delivery of ecosystem services to human society. Environment and health is not just 'an aspect' of environmental policy, it is at the heart of it. In fact, it is central to Europe's ambition to move towards a Green Economy. With this report, taking stock of the most pertinent environment and health issues, and combining the expertise of our two institutes in environmental reporting and scientific research, we hope to contribute to this goal.|
|Library categories||Climate Change, Food & Agriculture, Nuclear, Planning System, Toxics, Transport, UK Government, Waste|
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