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CHE Partnership call: Theories of Carcinogenesis: Mutations and Cancer
Tues, Oct 13

CHE Partnership call: Climate Change and the Release of Contaminants in the Arctic: Current Research and Potential Health Effects
Mon, Oct 19
Hosted by the CHE Alaska Working Group

CHE Partnership call: Responding to Communities: Communicating the Science of TCE and PCE
Tues, Oct 20

CHE Partnership call: The Endocrine Society's Second Scientific Statement on Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals
Wed, Oct 21

CHE Partnership call: Reducing the Burden: International Reproductive Health Leaders Call for Greater Efforts to Prevent Toxic Chemical Exposure, New Opinion from FIGO
Fri, Oct 30

CHE Partnership call: Predicting Toxicity: Silent Spring Institute's High Throughput Screens for Chemicals Related to Breast Cancer
Thurs, Nov 12

10/8/15: MP3 recording available: The Price of Pollution: Costs of Environmental Health Conditions in Children

9/29/15: MP3 recording available: One Pediatrician’s Journey Pioneering the Field of Children’s Environmental Health: A Conversation with Dr. Philip Landrigan

9/22/15: MP3 recording available: A Good Start Lasts a Lifetime: Developmental Origins of Health and Disease Textbook Release

9/16/15: MP3 recording available: Remembering Dr. Louis Guillette: Scientist, Mentor, Teacher, and Environmental Health Leader

9/10/15: MP3 recording available: Theories of Carcinogenesis: Cancer as Development Gone Awry

9/2/15: MP3 recording available: What the Pink?! Protecting the Breasts You Love


CHE Partners on why they value our work

Why Join CHE?

Joining CHE requires no fee, no commitment of individual or organizational resources, and no expertise on health or the environment.

CHE Partners join a network of colleagues who share a commitment to raising the level of public and professional dialogue about health and the environment and who agree with the CHE Consensus Statement.

CHE promises that you will receive no more than four emails a month and that you will be invited to participate further only if you choose to do so.

You can join CHE as an Organizational Partner, or as an Individual Partner, or both.

Organizational Partners have a special role in CHE because they speak for larger numbers of people. Individual Partners also can play a key role in CHE whether or not their organizations choose to join.

Some people join both as Individual Partners and, on behalf of their organizations, as Partner Organizations. The Individual Partners within Partner Organizations are assured that they will personally be on the CHE listserv. They can speak for themselves within CHE when it may not be appropriate to speak for their Partner Organization.

Some of the resources available to CHE Partners include:

  • The opportunity to join CHE Working and Regional Groups on topics including:  Asthma and the Environment, Fertility and Reproductive Health, Learning and Developmental Disabilities, Cancer,  Electromagnetic Fields and more. 
  • Current health science on asthma, breast cancer and other diseases.
  • Monthly educational Partnership Calls covering environmental health science, policy and advocacy.


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