Topic: Healthy Homes

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February 13, 2024

Climate policy impacts on building energy use, emissions, and health: New York City local law 97

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November 20, 2023

Why We’re Still Breathing Dirty Indoor Air

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September 11, 2023

New methodology reveals health, climate impacts of reducing buildings’ energy use

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May 15, 2023

Opinion: The CDC’s new indoor air guidelines are a monumental victory for health

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May 11, 2023

How building design can improve people’s well-being

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May 1, 2023

Is Staying in Staying Safe?

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April 12, 2023

How PFAS were cleverly rebranded as ‘forever chemicals’

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April 3, 2023

Indeklimakrisen (Indoor Climate Crisis)

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March 2, 2023

A Healthy Building Starts with Better Ventilation

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January 25, 2023

Exposure to Hormone-disrupting Chemical Mixtures Common among Office Workers

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The future of healthy buildings must be one where they are the norm, not the exception. Health cannot and should not be a luxury item, afforded to only those that can afford it. This applies to healthcare, working conditions, access to food, and, yes, the buildings where we live, work, play, pray, and heal.
JOSEPH ALLEN, DSC, MPH, CIH, Director of the Healthy Buildings Program
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Our goal is to improve the lives of all people, in all buildings, everywhere, every day.
A healthy building is a human right.

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