Now accepting pilot project applications DOEHS professor Julia Cui talks to colleagues after presenting at this year’s EDGE symposium about the work she did with the pilot funding she received Learn More
Telling the story of wildfire smoke risks New art installation in Washington features trusted community members sharing how wildfire smoke affects their health—and how they cope Learn More
Call to action on climate change UW authors in new IPCC report emphasize the accelerating threats to human health and well-being Learn More
Map of environmental health disparities Using a complex matrix of data, this open-access, interactive map ranks Washington’s nearly 1,500 U.S. census tracts by health risks due to environmental degradation and economic and health disparities. Learn More
Disaster resilience DEOHS will partner with two South Seattle communities to help them prepare for future disasters and climate change impacts while addressing environmental injustice Learn More
Prepare for wildfire season As smoke season continues in Washington, a new report outlines the best ways to communicate health and safety risks Learn More