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Environment and health : the European Charter and commentary : first European Conference on Environment and Health, Frankfurt, 7-8 December 1989

by European Conference on Environment and Health Frankfurt) 1989 : (1.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Regional publicationsEuropean series: 35Publisher: Copenhagen : World Health Organization, Regional Office for Europe, 1990Description: X, 154 p. ; 21 cm.ISBN: 9289011262.MeSH subject(s): Environmental Health | Environment | Health Policy | Health Promotion | Europe | Monograph | CongressesPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: The First European Conference on Environment and Health brought together ministers and health representatives of 29 European countries and from the Commission of the European Communities. This book combines the Charter and the Commentary, an explanatory text originally provided as background for delegations to the Conference. The Charter, which was adopted by the final session of the Conference, is a further extension of the policy and targets adopted by the 32 Member States of the European Region of WHO in 1984. The Charter also incorporates the basic philosophy of the World Commission on Environment and Development, and represents a major step forward in the development of both public health and environmental policies. [Extr. Foreword]
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vdist-/05.2013 The First European Conference on Environment and Health brought together ministers and health representatives of 29 European countries and from the Commission of the European Communities. This book combines the Charter and the Commentary, an explanatory text originally provided as background for delegations to the Conference. The Charter, which was adopted by the final session of the Conference, is a further extension of the policy and targets adopted by the 32 Member States of the European Region of WHO in 1984. The Charter also incorporates the basic philosophy of the World Commission on Environment and Development, and represents a major step forward in the development of both public health and environmental policies. [Extr. Foreword]