» Environmental Leadership at Chapman

  • Ecoleadership
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    • There is a very important intersection between the environment, public health, and socioeconomic factors (Braveman, 2014)
    • These include waste disposal, water use and quality, road safety, ecosystem services, and many more. Environmental health stresses, “the health impacts of physical, chemical, and biological agents in the environment and workplace, and learns to develop strategies to measure and control major environmental health problems both locally…and in settings around the globe” (UC Berkeley School of Public Health, 2017)
    • Exploring each of these branches will prove that sustainable curriculum within an interdisciplinary environmental health approach, is essential for educational institutions