The following information provides an overview of some of the
resources available and legislative developments that have
already occurred.


INTERNATIONAL

Australian--2005 Mold Guideline (2005)

Canada--Condominium Owners' Guide to Mold

Canada--Fungal Contamination in Public Buildlings: Health Effects and Investigation Methods (2004)

Canada--Residential Indoor Air Quality Guidelines (2007)

Canada--The Medical Perspective on Environmental Sensitivities (2007)


Germany--Guidelines for Indoor Air Hygiene in School Buildings (2008)

World Health Organization:  Environmental Burden of Disease Associated with Inadequate Housing (2011)

World Health Organization:  Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality--Dampness and Mould (2009)


World Health Organization:  Guidelines for Indoor Air Quality: Selected Pollutants (2010)


World Health Organization: Indoor Air Pollutants: Exposure and Health Effects (1982)

World Health Organization:  Technical and Policy Recommendations to Reduce Health Risks Due to Dampness and Mould
(2010)

U.S. FEDERAL RESOURCES

U.S. STATE RESOURCES

ALABAMA
ARKANSAS
CALIFORNIA
FLORIDA
HAWAII
ILLINOIS
KENTUCKY
MAINE
MARYLAND
MASSACHUSETTS

    The Boston City Council passed a resolution on January 27, 2010, which asks the Massachusetts Congressional
    Delegation to lead a campaign to persuade the President and Congress to allocate funds (reimbursed by the banks
    from the bailout money) to school districts throughout the country to assure that we have a safe, healthy national
    public school infrastructure.

    Boston City Council Resolution (2010)

    Boston--Letter Promoting the Resolution (2010)

MICHIGAN
NEVADA

NEW JERSEY



NEW MEXICO
NEW YORK
NORTH CAROLINA
TEXAS
VIRGINIA
OTHER RESOURCES
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Global Indoor health Network
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