Karen Lowrie co-facilitated a workshop on May 9 at the Rutgers Atlantic Cape campus with Leigh Ann Von Hagen as part of the Planning Health Communities Initiative. Health Department members from four Southern New Jersey counties learned about Health Impact Assessment and Health in All Policies, in preparation for selecting projects in their counties that could benefit […]
Bloustein School hosts Dr. Brian Smedley March 27 lecture on “Place, Race and Poverty: Advancing Health Equity in New Jersey and Nationally.” Event is free but registration is required. Read more or register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/place-race-and-power-advancing-health-equity-in-new-jersey-and-nationally-tickets-41249904575 Click here to download poster.
Bloustein School joins Sustainable Jersey and New Jersey League of Conservation Voters in hosting Mayor’s Climate Summit Learn more about it here: http://www.sustainablejersey.com/events-trainings/nj-mayors-climate-summit/ Photo credit: Event co-hosts with First Lady Tammy Murphy from SustainableJersey.comClimate, Herb, mayor, Summit, Sustainable Jersey
Join EAC for an upcoming training course, Health Impact Assessment: Incorporating Health into Planning and Decision-Making, offered through the Rutgers Office of Continuing Professional Education. In this session, facilitators from the Planning Healthy Communities Initiative will lead an introductory training on health impact assessment as a tool to promote community health and equity in planning processes and […]
Bloustein School co-sponsors Sustainable Jersey Mayors Climate summit. February 3, 2018. Read more or register: http://www.sustainablejersey.com/nc/events-trainings/?tx_cicevents_eventslisting%5Bevent%5D=831&tx_cicevents_eventslisting%5Baction%5D=detail&tx_cicevents_eventslisting%5Bcontroller%5D=Event&cHash=875b9c853f108670922d2e9c966ec0a8Climate, Herb, mayors
Bloustein School hosts Dr. Thomas Burke January 30, 2018 lecture on “Adapting to Change: Environmental Science and Policy in the Age of Trump. Event is free but registration is required. For more information or to register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/adapting-to-change-environmental-science-and-policy-in-the-time-of-trump-tickets-40909603726 Click here to download the poster.
State of the Raritan Status and trends from across the region, where do we go from here? Friday, June 9, 2017 Douglass Student Center, New Brunswick, NJ 9th Annual Sustainable Raritan Conference and Awards Ceremony Our 2017 conference showcased a series of status and trends reports by Raritan stakeholders from across the region. Presentations described […]
May 22, 2017 Health Impact Assessment (HIA) can be used to evaluate a proposed plan or project’s potential effects on the health of a population. HIA provides evidence-based recommendations aimed at enhancing positive health impacts and minimizing negative ones, providing an approach to the decision-making process by: Considering health outcomes such as social, economic and […]
RU on the Raritan Conference Exploring an agenda for Rutgers’ stewardship of the Raritan River, basin and bay Friday, June 10, 2016, Douglass Student Center, New Brunswick, NJ 8th Annual Sustainable Raritan River Conference In celebration of Rutgers University’s 250th Anniversary, the conference showcased efforts of Rutgers’ faculty, staff and students, and Collaborative partners in […]
Join us for a half day workshop on June 3, 2016 to learn about how a changing climate may affect public health in New Jersey and about strategies to better prepare New Jersey’s public health practitioners and professionals to address these impacts. The workshop will provide an overview of how a changing climate may affect […]