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Announcing the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation SDoH & Home and Community Based Care & Innovation Challenges Semi-Finalists!

SPONSORED POST By CATALYST @ HEALTH 2.0 Health disparities domestically and globally can often be attributed to social determinants of health (SDoH). According to Healthy People 2020, SDoH are conditions and resources in the environments in which “people are born, live, learn, work, play, worship, and age that affect a wide range of health, functioning,… Read More »

Tips to reduce wood heater pollution

If you have an indoor wood burning heater, there are some simple steps you can take before starting it up this winter to help improve air quality. “As the temperatures drop and winter sets in, doing some simple checks can significantly improve the air quality for you and your neighbours,” NSW EPA Chief Environmental Regulator… Read More »

Let the light shine in, through wood

While having a room full of windows can be lovely, unless it is double-glazed glass is not a great option for thermal efficiency. Timber, on the other hand, has quite good thermal properties, and wood products are environmentally sustainable in their natural ability to store carbon and promote low-carbon lifestyles (and when responsibly sourced, renewable).… Read More »