Amplifying innovative environmental health solutions in our communities.
ABOUT THE UEHL
Our Urban Environmental Health Lab (UEHL) is a community hub that brings together NYC health experts with local artists to experiment with new ways to build resilience to environmental health threats and creatively connect diverse communities to equitable pollution prevention tools. UEHL programs include virtual and in-person workshops and training, opportunities to access free soil and water quality testing, as well as interactive exhibits that further understanding of local environmental health risks and preventative actions to increase public health equity, environmental justice, and safety.
Image right: Alexsandre Popsovic
MORE ABOUT THE UEHL
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Thanks to the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation for supporting this program.