Environmental Health Inequalities in Europe

About this project

This report documents the magnitudes of inequalities within and between countries in Europe for 19 indicators. It also updates the changes that have occurred within countries since the first assessment report in 2012. Addressing inequalities in environmental risk will help to mitigate health inequalities and contribute to fairer and more socially cohesive societies.

Jon Fairburn chaired the Expert group on behalf of WHO that produced this report and other outputs.

Lead researcher

Professor Jon Fairburn

Professor

Professor Jon Fairburn is active in teaching, research, bid writing and public engagement. He has incorporated credited work experience into geography and tourism degrees as well as the MSc Digital Marketing Management.

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