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Communicating the impact of environmental problems on the health of Canadians

G. S. Kindra

Communicating the impact of environmental problems on the health of Canadians

a literature review and survey of experts

by G. S. Kindra

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Published by University of Ottawa in [Ottawa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Environmental education -- Canada.,
  • Environmental health -- Canada.,
  • Health promotion -- Canada.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G.S. Kindra ; prepared for Cheryl Chynoweth.
    ContributionsUniversity of Ottawa. Faculty of Administration.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA407.5.C2 K556 1993
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 76 p. :
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14796306M

    and communicating environmental health issues The purpose of this reference tool is to provide a list of the main questions that need to be addressed in analyzing an environmental health issue, and in communicating human health hazards.   The environment is a hot topic in Canada. It’s also the foundation of our work at The Narwhal, so we do our best to cover these issues as they develop. Some of our ongoing coverage is included below. For all the latest updates, sign up for The Author: The Narwhal.

    The development of national parks also illustrates the difference between early American and Canadian conservation action. For example, the first American national park —Yellowstone — was created in , while the first Canadian national park — Banff — wasn’t formed until Moreover, the purpose of Banff (as well as Yoho and Glacier national parks, both created in ) was more. Ontario - Ontario - Environmental concerns: In both regions of the province, industrialization and urbanization have created problems of pollution, the most acute of which are the polluted waters of the lower Great Lakes and the polluted air of Southern Ontario, particularly in the greater Toronto area. Air and water pollution associated with the mining and pulp and paper industries of the.

    2 COMPARISON OF FOUR TYPES OF IMPACT ASSESSMENT USED IN Four Types of Impact Assessment Used in Canada Health Impact Assessment (HIA), Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) and Risk Assessment (RA). Clearly, this table does notFile Size: KB.   • Traces how Canada’s colonial and national development contributed to modern environmental problems such as urban sprawl, the collapse of fisheries, and climate change • Includes over photographs, maps, figures, and sidebar discussions on key figures, concepts, and cases • Offers concise definitions of environmental concepts • Ties Canadian history to issues relevant to4/5.


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