The “Healthy Retrofits” Project: Avoiding children’s health risks during energy retrofits and home renovations in Ontario, Canada

Presentation to CAPTURING THE MULTIPLE BENEFITS OF ENERGY EFFICIENCY - International Energy Agency - European Energy Agency Roundtable on Health and Well-Being Impacts, Copenhagen, Denmark Kathleen Cooper, Senior Researcher Canadian Environmental Law Association Download slides: Cooper-IEA-Mtg-Copenhagen

Tips for Child-Healthy Home Repairs and Energy Upgrades: Brochure Available in Seven Languages

Joint release from CELA and the Canadian Partnership for Children's Health and Environment Toronto: Renovate Right, for the sake of children’s health, is the message in the latest brochure from the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE). It…

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.

Avoid Risks to Children’s Health During Renovations / Energy Retrofits, Experts Urge

Energy retrofits can fight climate change and create healthier homes but training, caution essential to avoid release of brain-damaging lead, other toxic substances Embargo: 5 A.M. EST, Sun. Mar. 6, 2011 Home energy retrofits tackle climate change and when done…