April 2020 Feature article in Green Teacher on Healthy Schools Day climate action campaign
March 2020 In light of the COVID-19 crisis, we have decided not to hold the Healthy Schools Day climate action campaign in spring 2020. Instead, we are encouraging students, educators, administrators, and school community members to start planning Healthy Schools Day climate action projects for the 2020-2021 school year. As we continue physical distancing toContinue reading CPCHE-led Healthy Schools Day campaign for climate action extended to April 2021
June 2019 Visit: https://rentsafe.ca/2019/06/26/new-resources-on-mould-and-health-for-physicians-and-their-patients/
December 12, 2019 CPCHE partners submit a statement to the Government of Ontario in response to proposed revisions to Ontario’s pesticides regulation, urging the Government to fully retain the cosmetic pesticides ban and restrictions on neonicotinoid pesticides.
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