CPCHE releases Position Statement on Climate Change 

November 2019 The impacts of climate change are apparent and will continue to worsen without strong action. Children’s health and well-being are increasingly at risk from the adverse affects of climate change, including heat stress, trauma from extreme weather events, increased risk of vector-borne diseases, and growing levels of eco-anxiety. CPCHE’s position statement on climateContinue reading CPCHE releases Position Statement on Climate Change 

HELD 2022 HEALTHY AND SUSTAINABLE CHILD CARE ENVIRONMENTS – A Vision for Canada

This Healthy Environments for Learning Day, the Canadian Partnership for Children’s Health and Environment (CPCHE), the Canadian Child Care Federation (CCCF) and more than 40 organizations from across Canada are releasing the Healthy and Sustainable Child Care Environments: A Vision for Canada. The Vision is intended as a framework to support collective efforts towards a world-classContinue reading HELD 2022 HEALTHY AND SUSTAINABLE CHILD CARE ENVIRONMENTS – A Vision for Canada

Remembering Dr. Lynn Marshall

CPCHE has lost a dear colleague and friend. Dr. Lynn Marshall passed away on April 14, 2022. Lynn was a founding partner in CPCHE, representing the Ontario College of Family Physicians and the Environmental Health Clinic at Women’s College Hospital and, later on, the Environmental Health Institute of Canada which she co-founded in 2006. OverContinue reading Remembering Dr. Lynn Marshall