The University is celebrating the World Environmental Health day on 26th September 2013 with in the campus creating awareness on thematic areas such as Vector Borne Diseases (Dengue , Malaria & Filaria) , Sanitation and Hygiene , Household Waste Management and Household Air Pollution.
So much is still to be done.
Therefore the IFEH decided to address Environmental Health Inequalities as thetheme for the World Environmental Health Day 26 September 2014.
The IFEH Council has previously addressed this issue in its policy paper no.
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But transport is a major source of local air pollution here in Edinburgh, and reducing vehicle emissions or using our cars less for example by walking or cycling instead, is one way we can help improve air quality.