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Philippines environment monitor 2006 (英语)

The quality and characteristics of the environments people are exposed to can have important implications on their well-being. Environmental health as a discipline provides insight into the extent to which the environment affects health, and, more importantly, how the harmful impacts can be prevented by improving the quality of the environment we live in. This Philippines Environment Monitor uses available data and knowledge to provide a quantitative and qualitative assessment of this relationship in the Philippines.


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    Philippines environment monitor 2006

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    water pollution;drainage need;sanitation and hygiene;septic tank;broad range of stakeholders;Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease;access to health care;water supply and sanitation;Center for Health Development;access to water source;quality of drinking water;quality of water resource;indoor air pollution;hepatitis a;human waste;poor sanitation;environmental health;rural area;risk of exposure;contaminated water supply;improved water source;hygiene practice;acute respiratory infection;population with access;outdoor air pollution;volatile organic compound;poor air quality;air pollution levels;water supply system;Solid Waste Management;environmental health issues;incidence of disease;persistent organic pollutant;diseases cases;risk of disease;automotive diesel fuel;benzene in gasoline;particulate matter emissions;air pollution impact;drinking water source;Science and Technology;cost of treatment;polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon;indoor air quality;traditional solid fuel;high disease burden;cases of dengue;total suspended particulates;household energy consumption;biological oxygen demand;drinking water quality;household water supply;amount of water;airborne particulate matter;response to emergency;canal and drainage;degree of autonomy;surface water abstraction;drinking water management;washing of hands;gap in access;waste treatment facility;sewerage and drainage;Public Health Promotion;adult children;devolution of authority;air pollution control;waterborne sewerage system;conservation of water;water pollution permit;lake development;conduct of research;solid waste sector;Board of Investment;slash and burn;risk of transmission;loss of nutrient;low income household;air quality problem;malnutrition in children;effect of pollution;incidence of pneumonia;incidence of diarrhea;enforcement of law;health protection law;water resource development;health and environment;urban drainage system;burden of disease;solid waste collection;air quality issue;environmental tobacco smoke;exposure to smoke;improper waste disposal;outdoor air quality;good quality water;human waste disposal;loss of appetite;allergic reaction;shortness of breath;human fecal matter;poor water quality;quantity of water;poor urban community;Cardiovascular Disease;sanitation conditions;environmental factor;lost income;Basic Sanitation;environmental risk;health effect;carbon monoxide;polluted water;institutional framework;abdominal pain;respiratory tract;air pollutant;premature death;Infectious Disease;sanitation system;chest pain;lung function;respiratory disease;health burden;agricultural waste;red tide;