Public health professionals working to influence the built environment to improve public health and reduce health inequities.
Opinion reprinted from The Hamilton Spectator By Pegeen Walsh and Kim Perrotta, Sun., July 11, 2021 The last week has been a harsh reminder that while
Renewable energy can improve air quality and public health, reduce health inequities, while fighting climate change.
Investing in building retrofits can improve health, reduce health inequities and fight climate change.
Prepared by Kim Perrotta MHSc – February 8, 2021 (Investir dans le transport en commun pour creer des collectivites saines vertes et equitables) The COVID-19
Toronto/Ottawa: August 6, 2020 Organizations representing public health professionals across the country and community health centres across Ontario made a submission to the Federal Finance