The workshop brought together researchers and professionals to examine the directions in which air pollution exposure and health effects research is heading in Israel. Read more>
The workshop included a review of the issue of biomonitoring with an emphasis on the methods for analyzing environmental pollutants in human biological samples. Read More>
During the conference EHF Held a session on children's exposure to environmental pollutants. The severity of current exposure levels of children in Israel and the need for regulation were addressed.
The panel addressed environmental health issues in research and policy in the US, Europe and Asia and discussed current standards in Israel as compared to the rest of the world. Read More>
Prof. Morawska, an international expert in indoor air quality (IAQ) presented the latest findings on indoor air pollution, its sources, health effects and challenges in research and policy.
Dr. Arlene Blum, an expert on flame retardants and their effects on human health, was invited to speak on the matter as changes to the Israeli standards were promoted by thethe Ministry of Economy.
Dr. Linda Birnbaum's lecture on the environmental health costs of flame retardants was a collaboration of EHF with the Advanced School for Environmental Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.