Category: Webinar

Air and Climate Policy Are Social Policies

Social workers analyze policy through the lens of the most vulnerable people whom the policy would affect. Generally, the most vulnerable include children, the elderly, people of color, people with mental illnesses, and people living in poverty. Not coincidentally,...

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Medical Advocates Fall Update

View/Download a printable version of our 2016 Fall Newsletter Wake County Transit Referendum Endorsed Traffic is a major concern for Wake County, which is growing by 64 people per day. MAHA has endorsed the Wake County Transit Referendum, which will appear on the...

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Medical Advocates Summer Webinar Series

This summer, Medical Advocates for Healthy Air conducted two webinars focused on environmental health issues in North Carolina. The webinars were designed to educate medical and health professionals and offer ways to get involved. Both were recorded and are available...

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Health Webinar on Fracking in NC, July 17

Clean Air Carolina’s Medical Advocates for Healthy Air is hosting a free webinar on fracking in North Carolina. This webinar will give an update on the status of fracking in NC, provide medical and public health professionals a context regarding the scope of potential health impacts, highlight lessons learned from Pennsylvania communities and offer ways the medical community and residents can address the issue.

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Webinar: Climate & Health Vulnerability in NC

Sponsored by Medical Advocates for Healthy Air, this webinar was held LIVE on August 6, 2014. About the Webinar Goal: Provides medical and public health professionals a context regarding the scope of health impacts of climate in North Carolina, and offer ways to...

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WEBINAR: Impact of Air Pollution on Children’s Health

Join this free webinar on December 4 (12:00 p.m.), hosted by the American Lung Association, to learn what federal air protections are currently in place under the Clean Air Act, how current and future legislation could change them, and how to get involved in the discussion to improve children’s health.

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