This new guide from the World Health Organization (WHO) presents an overview of actions that can be taken by various actors – and the support that is being offered by WHO – to create healthier environments, including in priority settings such as workplaces, cities, dwellings, health care facilities, and emergency settings. Key risk areas are addressed, such as air pollution; water, sanitation and hygiene; chemical safety and radiation; and climate change.
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