Mudarri D. 2010. Building codes and indoor air quality. Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency.
Contractor Report: Public Health Consequences and Cost of Climate Change Impacts on Indoor Environments
This report addresses the public-health and economic implications of the effects of climate change on indoor environmental quality. It details the effects of biologic agents and of increased humidity, temperature, ventilation, and product emissions on the indoor environment and corresponding human health risks. Climate change and its effects on outdoor contaminants are also examined, and possible adaptation strategies are examined.
Mudarri D. 2010. Public health consequences and cost of climate change impacts on indoor environments. Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency.
Contractor Report: Climate Change, Indoor Air Quality and Health
This report describes exposure to common biologic and chemical agents that result from building adaptations. The discussion includes a look at Green Building programs and recommendations on how to make them more considerate of issues of indoor air quality. There is an emphasis on the need for community health-care practitioners to become more involved in addressing susceptible and vulnerable populations.
Schenck P, Ahmed, AK, Bracker A, DeBernardo R. 2010. Climate change, indoor air quality and health. Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency.
Contractor Report: Indoor Environmental Quality and Climate Change
This report addresses the impacts of climate change on indoor environments, including material related to potential interventions and solutions.
Brennan T. 2010. Indoor environmental quality and climate change. Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency.
Contractor Report: The Impact of Increasing Severe Weather Events on Shelter
This report addresses the impacts of severe weather events on indoor environments. Topics addressed include the use of buildings as shelters from weather extremes.
Brennan T. 2010. The impact of increasing severe weather events on shelter. Washington, DC: US Environmental Protection Agency.