CEE research informs The Lancet Countdown

Work from the Centre for Energy Epidemiology (CEE) contributes to ‘The Lancet Countdown: tracking progress on health and climate change’. This collaboration between academics and practitioners from all over the world follows on from 2015’s Lancet Commission on Health and Climate Change which aimed to provide a global overview of […]

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Exploring the links between energy efficiency and health

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The Centre for Energy Epidemiology contributes to government actions to improve health and prevent illness by understanding the direct and indirect effects of energy efficiency on health, writes James O’Toole, EUED Coordinator.   Using energy efficiency as a measure to improve health is increasing. Examples of measures so far carried […]

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