IAQ Radio: David Jacobs – A Healthy Homes Pioneer; Over 40 Years of Improving IEQ
Watch as IAQ Radio David Jacobs discuss his pioneering career working toward making housing healthier for all.
IAQ Radio welcomes David Jacobs for an interview about his pioneering career working toward making housing healthier for all. For over 40 years David has been a force for good in the healthy homes movement. It started early in his career as a research scientist at Georgia Tech and continues today at his current positions at the NCHH and as the Director, US Collaborating Center for Research and Training on Housing Related Disease and Injury, World Health Organization/Pan American Health Organization. From lead paint to gas stoves and everything in between David has been a tireless advocate for healthy housing. David shares his thoughts on accomplishments, current events, and the future of healthy housing.
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