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Part of our mission is to organise a forum for debate on the latest science on environment and health and recommending ways forward for policy-making. With our events we aim to provide food for thought on threats and opportunities.



13 - 14, Bonn, Germany: Meeting of WHO Environment and Health Task Force

14, Paris, France: HEAL Vice President will speak at Paris Appeal Congress

14: World Diabetes Day

15: World COPD day

19: CHE call: BPA and Health: New Research Focuses on Routes of Exposure

27 – 28, Bonn, Germany: Meeting of the WHO Network on Environmental Health Economics

29, Paris, France: Environmental conference on French environment and health action plan

December 2014

1, Brussels, Belgium: EEB celebrates 40 years of environmental action

1 – 12, Lima, Peru: UNFCCC COP20

4, Warsaw, Poland: HEAL conference on energy, air quality and health

6, Lima, Peru: GCHA Climate and Health Summit 2014: Investing in Health

8 - 10, Helsinki, Finland: HEAL participates at ECHA Member State Committee

15 - 17, Geneva, Switzerland: HEAL participates at SAICM chemicals OEW

17, Brussels, Belgium: EU Environment Council

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