Evidence Reviews

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Our evidence reviews are motivated by our ongoing assessment of knowledge translation needs and gaps in environmental health practice and policy. These documents uses a semi-systematic literature review process to capture and then synthesize the relevant academic and grey literature. The final product is internally and externally reviewed before publication.

The Basics of SARS-CoV-2 Transmission

Indigenous Food Safety and Security: Community Adaptations in the Wake of Climate Pressures

Green Space and Mental Health: Pathways, Impacts and Gaps

Review of Field Tests on Bed Bug Control Technologies

Cardiovascular Health, Traffic-related Air Pollution and Noise: Are associations mutually confounded? A systematic review

Bed Bugs and Public Health: New Approaches for an Old Scourge

Intersection between the Built and Social Environments and Older Adults’ Mobility

Forest Residues to Energy: Is this a pathway towards healthier communities?

Air Quality and Community Health Impact of Animal Manure Management

Community Planning with a Health Equity Lens: Promising Directions and Strategies

Are Naturally Ventilated LEED Buildings Healthier?

Active Transportation in Urban Areas: Exploring Health Benefits and Risks

Fact Sheets for Promoting Healthy Built Environments

Wind Turbines and Health - revised