Items filtered by date: June 2017

The Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) used a rights-based approach to assess tobacco production and marketing. “Tobacco giant Philip Morris International (PMI) approached the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR), a quasi-state body, last year to collaborate on a “human rights implementation plan” for PMI. The DIHR was given access to the corporation

Youth Finishit US Campaign Successful : A longitudinal study of over 7,536 subjects with data collected at baseline and in 3 follow up surveys found that higher levels of truth media ad awareness were significantly associated with higher likelihood of reporting agreement across all attitudinal constructs surveyed: anti-smoking imagery, anti-social smoking sentiment,

E-cigarette use is becoming more common but has not always been specifically included in surveys collecting data on tobacco-related products. Authors provide 8 core constructs that are important in considering e-cigarette types and use. This information is useful in researching changing e-cigarette developments and in comparing findings in different settings and countries.

While tobacco impacts health and the economy, it also has disastrous impacts on the environment that are often overlooked. This overview report traces the environmental impact of tobacco products in agricultural production, tobacco curing, manufacture, transport and distribution, consumption and post-consumption waste. In 40 pages, it discusses environmental damage and

19 7 sTRC Research Update
Means to evaluate tobacco control innovations at the area level