The Maryland Environmental Health Network takes action to protect human health by addressing environmental policies and practices that shape the conditions for health in Maryland. We accomplish this through broad application of an equity lens and consistently raising the question of who is most harmed by pollution and environmental degradation.
A safe and healthy environment for all Marylanders regardless of income, education, occupation, social class, gender, race/ethnicity or zip code.
MdEHN programs promote human health through redress of social determinants, environmental and climate impacts, elimination of toxic chemical exposure and vigorous support of affordable, equitable, clean energy.
Maryland Environmental Health Network (MdEHN) promotes the elimination of exposures to environmental threats to improve human health.
MdEHN levels the playing field for vulnerable populations seeking access, equity, and justice through capacity building partnerships and programs with citizens, communities, health advocates, and legislators.
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Baltimore, MD 21202