In 1992 world leaders met at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro to reaffirm the Declaration of the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment that was established on June 16, 1972 in Stockholm. The meeting resulted in the adoption of Agenda 21 by the member states which is a framework for the transition to a more sustainable world. In 2012 the members gathered to assess and reaffirm the importance of progress towards the efforts of Agenda 21.
Since its original publication online in July 2013, corrections have been made to the report. The PDF and print versions have been updated.
Institute of Medicine. 2013. Public Health Linkages with Sustainability: Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/18375.
|2 OVERVIEW OF THE LINKS BETWEEN SUSTAINABILITY AND HUMAN HEALTH||5-40|
|3 LINKS BETWEEN ENERGY, AIR QUALITY, AND HUMAN HEALTH||41-64|
|4 SUSTAINABILITY LINKS TO FOOD AND WATER RESOURCES||65-88|
|5 SUSTAINABILITY LINKS TO OCCUPATIONAL AND CHILDHOOD HEALTH||89-104|
|6 NEW SUSTAINABILITY FRAMING||105-116|
|7 HEALTH MESSAGES AND STRATEGIES FOR DISSEMINATION||117-120|
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