Our Work

The Collaborative for Women’s Environmental Health (CWEH) supports the environmental health of women, their families and their communities with work across four key areas:


CWEH uses research to better understand how environmental exposures and climate change impact women’s and reproductive health. Active areas of focus include:

  • Heat
  • Air pollution
  • Pesticides and herbicides
  • Lead
  • Endocrine disrupting chemicals

Selected Publications

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CWEH aims to serve as a helpful resource for both patients and providers by sharing information about various environmental exposures and concerns.

Fact Sheets

The collaborative has developed a number of peer-reviewed fact sheets for communicating the impact of selected environmental exposures on key women's health outcomes.


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Sample Environmental Health History Questionnaires

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Additional Educational Materials

Advocacy & Community Engagement

CWEH engages in environmental health advocacy work, which includes partnering with community-based organizations to advocate for safer environments, advising governmental leaders on policy, and building networks between local environmental justice organizations and global women's health initiatives.

Sustainability & Climate Change

CWEH is committed to promoting sustainability and climate resilience, both of which are central to the collaborative's research, education, and advocacy efforts.