Human Health and Global
This course analyzes the relationship between health and the environment and takes into account how health is
influenced by natural and manmade environmental factors. Students will consider
Final Project - Case Study Proposal
Week One Discussion Air Pollution and
Week One Assignment Healthy Homes
and Sustainable Foods Graphic Project
3. Examine current global issues in human health
and the relationship with the environment.
you are interested in creating an infographic for this assignment, please explore the
following designers or find one that works best for you.
In the movie, Simple designs that could save millions of children's lives, MIT professor
Amy Smith has designed culturally appropriate and economically feasible solutions to
household energy sources. What problems could she potentially face when trying t
Biodiversity. (n.d.). Reyrieved from
http:/www.who.int/globalchange/ecosystems/biodiversity/en/ Carbon Cycle Science.
(n.d.). Retrieved from: Carbon Cycle Science:
http:/www.esrl.noaa.gov/research/themes/carbon/ Common International
Classification of Ecos
COMMUNITY: CHANGES IN HYDROPOLOGICAL
AND HUMAN HEALTH
To be completed during the second week of class.
Women as Water Users and Water Managers in
Day 3 (1st
Arthurton, R., Barker, S., Rast, W., Huber, M., Alder, J., Chilton, J., . Zockler, C. (2007).
Water. In United Nations Environment Programme (Publisher), Global Environment
Outlook 4: Environment for development (pp.81-114). Retrieved from
1. Case Study Proposal. Due by Day 7.
In this assignment, you will be creating a hypothetical proposal for a case study that
will focus on one country, excluding North America, and one major health issue that is
related to the environment. C
Bunyavanich, S. et al. (2003). The Impact of Climate Change on Child Health.
Ambulatory Pediatrics 2003; 3,44-52. Retrieved from:
Climate change has brought about an earlier start to spring and later end to fall,
and these changes to seasonality, along with higher CO2 concentrations, yield
both longer pollen seasons and more pollen production from many allergenic
World Health Organization (2006). Fuel for Life: Household Energy and Health (Pages
7-25). Retrieved from: http:/www.who.int/indoorair/publications/fuelforlife/en/
World Health Organization (2014). Gender, Health, and Climate Change. Retrieved
Nelson, Z. (Director), Patterson, H. (Producer). (2009). Shelter in place: Living in the
shadow of the petrochemical industry. [Video file]. Retrieved from
Water, Health, and Ecosystems. (n.d.) The Health and Environment Linkages Initiative.
Bernard, H.R. and Gravlee, C.C (n.d.) Skin color, culture, and blo
HOME: AIR POLLUTION AND TOXIC HOMES
To be completed during the first week of class.
Post Your Introduction
Air Pollution and Toxic Homes
Day 3 (1st post) Discussion
Notice how these phrases remind the listener of the thought just
completed, as well as reveal the thought about to be developed.
A word or phrase that
indicates when a
speaker has finished
one thought and is
moving on to another.
State the Specific Purpose of Your Speech
The specific purpose statement should be a separate unit that comes
before the outline itself. Including the specific purpose makes it easier
to assess how well you have cons
Health activism continued through the 1980s, especially when AIDS emerged. Other
movements also emerged and in the last decade movements like Occupy and Black
Lives Matter reflect the diversity of activism in terms of focus and engagement.
However, what d
NATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH: TRACKING HEALTH AND
To be completed during the fourth week of class.
National Public Health: Tracking Health and
Day 3 (1st
Prairie Described: Value of grassland and prairie. (n.d.). Retrieved from
http:/www.sonoma.edu/cei/prairie/prairie_desc/value.shtml This website created by
Sonoma State University provides a graphic representation of ecosystems goods and
services. The web
GLOBAL: ACTIVISM AND TRANSFORMATIVE CHANGE
To be completed during the fifth week of class.
Day 3 (1st post) Discussion
End of Course Survey Day 7
End of Course Survey 0.5
Write: As you consider the history and the greatest achievements in public health as
well as current health issues on the tracking systems, what is the connection between
the past and present when it comes to the link between health and the environment?
Step 4: Pulling it all together Write the first draft of your goal
Now that you have conducted a self-assessment, explored industries and occupations,
and written down your non-negotiable items, what are your future career goals? In the
space below, write
Background of the chosen health condition and the country. What is the history
of the health condition and the country chosen for this proposal? How is this health
condition related to the environment?
Goal(s)/Hypothesis of the Case Study. What is your go
The course map illustrates the careful design of the course through which each
learning outcome is supported by one or more specific learning activities in order to
create integrity and pedagogical depth in the learning experience.
5 Nor do antibacterial products prevent the transmission of
diseases such as colds and flus. Why? Because these illnesses come
from viruses, not from bacteria. Antibacterial products dont kill
viruses. As Dr. Larson explains, Most of the infections health