National HIA Meeting 2013: General Session – HIA in Environmental Policy

National HIA Meeting 2013: General Session – HIA in Environmental Policy

OVERVIEW

This session will explore the application of HIA to environmental policy. Leading practitioners in the field will present details of their work.

Moderator:

William Daniell, University of Washington

Presentations:

Brian Cole, University of California Los Angeles Fielding School of Public Health

Health Impacts of Urban Water Conservation Alternatives: What's Big? What's Small? What's Important? What's Not? (PDF)

Benjamin Evans, Virginia Commonwealth University

Health Impacts of Managing Livestock Waste (PDF)

Deborah Payne, Kentucky Environmental Foundation

Health Impact Assessment of the Shawnee Fossil Plant: Addressing Jobs and Clean Air in a Shifting Energy Market (PDF)

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