October 11, 2018 was proclaimed the first Children’s Environmental Health (CEH) Day in New York State, in conjunction with the launch of the NYS Children’s Environmental Health Centers (NYSCHECK).
This is an archive of past Children’s Environmental Health Day presentations and celebrations.
2022 Art Showcase: Celebrate Children’s Environmental Health Day by sharing your vision
See the results of the Showcase.
Environmental health includes factors relating to clean air, water and food; chemicals in consumer products; healthy homes, schools, workplaces and neighborhoods; as well as energy, transportation and financial networks. Communities of color and communities with less wealth are disproportionally affected by adverse environmental health factors.
Our second Youth Symposium on Environmental and Climate Justice was held on October 12 from 5-6 pm.
See the video
Youth Symposium on Environmental & Climate Justice
Featuring presentations from:
Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning Schools (WHEELS) – Clean Air Green Corridor Initiative
Cyclopedia – Climate Resilience in East Harlem
Cafeteria Culture – Data + Action for Zero Waste in Schools
Envision the Environment 2021 Art Showcase
The NYS Children’s Environmental Health Centers are seeking creative people of all ages to share their visions of what a healthy community looks like as we move forward through the COVID-19 era.
NYS Children’s Environmental Health Day 2020
Climate Solutions for Child Health & Equity with Aparna Bole and Udai Tambar (VP Community Health, Northwell)
Climate and Community Resilience
Legislative Advocacy with Elie Ward (American Academy of Pediatrics District II) and Kathy Curtis (Clean and Healthy NY)
Children’s Environmental Health Day 2019
Mt Sinai and NYSCECH hosted a wonderful event in honor of the 2nd Annual Children’s Environmental Health Day!
Art Contest Results 2019
The New York State Children’s Environmental Health Centers (NYSCEHC) were looking for creative young artists to submit their original artwork to the NYSCEHC Art Contest.