In a present where there are countless opportunities for the spread of exotic diseases, the expansion and creation of far more illness in our global population through globalization and rapid transportation, and the contamination of water, air and land, we find ourselves accountable. In this day and age we are confronted by global warming, Ebola, the Zika virus, lead in our water supply, enormous problems of infrastructure including aging sewer lines, water lines, electrical grids, roads and bridges, and the list goes on and on.
Best Practices for Environmental Health: Environmental Pollution, Protection, Quality and Sustainability is a one source major response to all of the environmental issues that affect global health and the worldwide protection and preservation of the natural environment. It compiles broad-based and comprehensive coverage of environmental topics, broken down by specialized fields. Topics range from children’s environmental health to food protection and technology, water and waste systems, infection control, bioterrorism and pandemic health emergencies, and HAZMAT. Plus, it includes an overview of the current state of the profession and sections on programmatic techniques. This book helps solve the problems of disease and injury by presenting expert, evidence-based best practices.
This first of the kind handbook is essential reading for all environmental and public health undergraduate students, as well as a fantastic overview for professionals in all environmental health, pollution and protection areas.
"The Handbooks are recommended by the National Environmental Health Association for anyone who is seeking national Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian Credentials in the United States and elsewhere. One other source for the science and technology is the second edition of my Illustrated Dictionary and Resource Directory of Environmental and Occupational Health. Innovative “Best Practices for Environmental Health, Environmental Pollution, Protection, Quality and Sustainability” has been released in paperback, hardback and electronic formats published in May 2017 by Routledge, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis. This book, the author’s 20th, is of enormous importance in the environmental health and public health fields and as written will be ageless."
News Hour Correspondent Jul 2, 2017
Necessity for Effective Programming Techniques. Air Quality (Outdoor and Indoor). Children’s Environmental Health Issues. Environmental and Occupational Injury Control. Environmental Health Emergencies, Disasters, and Terrorism. Food Protection and Food Technology. Hazardous Materials and Toxic Substances. Healthy Homes and Healthy Communities. Health Care Environment and Infection Control. Insect Control, Rodent Control, and Pesticides. Recreational Environment and Swimming Areas. Sewage Disposal Systems. Solid Waste Management. Water Systems (Drinking Quality). Water Quality and Water Pollution.
“Silencing Science-Global Warming: Similar to Sudden Bridge Collapse - A Real Story-Non-Fiction about How Environmental Pollutants Affect Your Health and Shorten Your Life.” Imminent Danger Potential Environmental and Health Catastrophe-9 million people died 2015.
Professor Koren, author of 20 books, 62 years of practitioner, educator, and research experience utters this dire warning-destruction of environmental regulations, Environmental Protection Agency, global warming, evidence based knowledge, severe budget cuts to environmental health. He describes the problem, vulnerable populations and best practices to prevent, mitigate, control disease.