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NIEHS grantee integrates environmental health science and social science in outreach programs with Native American communities.
At NIEHS Superfund Research Program event, hundreds learned about tailoring public messages related to environmental risk.
Identification of previously undetected sources of polychlorinated biphenyls, often called PCBs, leads to protections for communities.
Hazardous material, disaster response training initiatives — and lessons learned — highlighted at NIEHS Worker Training Program meeting.
Increasing energy efficiency, generating renewable electricity onsite, and purchasing renewable energy certificates led to the recognition.