By Briggs, D.
Decision-Making in Environmental Health examines the necessity for info in aid of decision-making in environmental future health. It discusses signs of environmental overall healthiness, tools of knowledge assortment and the evaluation of publicity to and the healthiness impression of other environmental threat elements
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The concept of exposure is best developed in relation to pollution. The National Academy of Sciences (1991) defines exposure as: “an event that occurs when there is contact at a boundary between a human and the environment with a contaminant of a specific concentration for an interval of time”. e. by inhalation, ingestion or dermal absorption, and may involve a wide range of different organs. External exposure refers to the quantity of the pollutant at the interface between the recipient and the environment.
Pressures The driving forces within the DPSEEA model result in the generation of pressures (P) on the environment. These pressures are normally expressed through human occupation or exploitation of the environment. Pressures are thus generated by all sectors of economic activity, including energy production, manufacturing, transport, tourism, mining and agriculture. In each case, pressures arise at all stages in the supply chain—from initial resource extraction, through processing and distribution, to final consumption and waste release.
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Decision-Making in Environmental Health: From Evidence to Action by Briggs, D.