Event Date/Time: Oct 05, 2005 End Date/Time: Oct 07, 2005
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Current environmental management policies aim to achieve a harmonious balance between the development of economic resources and the preservation of the environment. The objective is to reach sustainability while improving the health, safety and prosperity of the population. This approach involves taking acceptable risks in terms of the environment, human health and the economy. It is by definition an interdisciplinary activity that requires close cooperation between different sciences.

This Conference aims to provide the right environment for communication among scientists to achieve a better understanding of the problem, define common ground and find a common language. The ultimate goal is to find ways of reaching a sustainable world population.

This “Environmental Exposure and Health” Conference will bring health specialists, social and physical scientists together with engineers in order to evaluate current issues in exposure and epidemiology and chart future directions and needs in the field.

The Conference will seek contributed papers dealing with original research, development of new methods and applications; site specific case studies; issues of multipathway analysis; advanced methods and computational tools; exposure monitoring; health risk analysis and other related subjects.


Additional Information

For further information about this conference please visit the conference website at: http://www.wessex.ac.uk/conferences/2005/eeh05/index.html or contact the Conference Secretariat at adarcy-burt@wessex.ac.uk