Radon in Indoor Air: A Review of Policy and Law in Canada

ErratumĀ - Please note that summary information about the Ontario Building Code contained in the table on page 36-37 of this report has been corrected in the file linked below. The Table in the November 2014 version of this report incorrectly…

Home safety for your kid’s sake Check it today: Smoke Detector, Carbon Monoxide Detector, Radon Test

Title: Home safety for your kid's sake Check it today: Smoke Detector, Carbon Monoxide Detector, Radon Test Resource Type: Brochure Content: 3-point-campaign-mini-poster # of Pages: 1 Date authored: February 2014 Author Organization: Canadian Partnership for Children's Health and Environment, The…

IEA report: “Capturing the Multiple Benefits of Energy Efficiency” – invitation for health impact studies

Title: Letter to the International Energy Agency re IEA report: "Capturing the Multiple Benefits of Energy Efficiency" - invitation for health impact studies Resource Type: Letter, Response to Consultation Content: IEA-consultation-CELA-ltr-re-HealthyRetrofits # of Pages: 3 Date authored: January 31, 2013…

Renovate Right – How to make sure a home repair or energy upgrade is child healthy

Brochure produced by the Canadian Partnership for Children's Health and Environment (CPCHE) based on CELA's Healthy Retrofits report, a key milestone within a two-year Ontario-focused CPCHE project aimed at raising awareness of the risks to fetal and child health from…

Healthy Retrofits: The case for better integration of children’s environmental health protection into energy efficiency programs

A key milestone within a two-year Ontario-focused project of the Canadian Partnership for Children's Health and Environment aimed at raising awareness of the risks to fetal and child health from potential exposures to environmental contaminants during and after energy efficiency retrofits.