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Environmental health comprises those aspects of human health, including quality of life, that are determined by physical, chemical, biological, social and psychosocial factors in the environment. It also refers to the theory and practice of assessing, correcting, controlling and preventing those factors in the environment that can potentially affect adversely the health of present and future generations.

  Occupational Health
IES is one of the pioneer organizations to undertake research studies on various aspects linked to the management of the environment in the glass industries. IES undertook a comprehensive study to evaluate the industrial impact of the glass industry in Western Uttar Pradesh. 

Improving Environmental and Health Condition of Children Working in the Glass Industries at Firozabad
The Society is implementing the above mentioned project to generate awareness through health camps to address the problem of child labour and also of environmental pollution affecting the children working in the glass industry. The goal of the project is to specify the means employed for implementing future health camps with the aim of a constant improvement of the children's health. The Society has set-up dispensary at Firozabad to help the children to improve their health.
Indian Environmental Society is also implementing various other educational programmes for school and local community in different parts of country. These programmes are supported by various governmental and non-governmental organizations like Department of Environment, Govt. of NCT - Delhi; Department of Transport, Govt. of NCT - Delhi; SPF, etc. One of being spreading awareness of HIV/AIDS Education is at the core of one the great challenges facing humanity: winning the fight against AIDS. Education is life-sustaining. It furnishes the tools with which children and young people carve out their lives, and is a lifelong source of comfort, renewal and strength.The strategy presented here is about using education’s life sustaining power to fight AIDS. It shows the centrality of education to HIV prevention, and its use in reducing both the risk of HIV infection and people’s vulnerability to HIV. As well, the strategy points to the impact that AIDS is having on education systems and the remedies that need to be put in place to relieve that impact.
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