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Anjuli Borgonha
📝 Communications Manager on and 💡Recently completed MA thesis on antibiotic resistance communication campaigns
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change 13h
Our partner have released the shortlist for the 2019 Wellcome photography prize featuring incredibly powerful images on health, medicine + science- including images conveying the impact of on . See all 28 photos here:
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change Jun 7
2018 report finding that the number of vulnerable people exposed to is increasing substantially mentioned in article on how limiting warming to 1.5C could prevent ‘thousands’ of heat deaths in US cities:
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change Jun 5
Today is & the theme this year is People in over 90% of cities are breathing polluted air that is toxic to their cardiovascular and respiratory . Check out this impacting video by :
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change Jun 6
Great to see the 2018 report mentioned in this article by journalist highlighting that poses a major threat to human and is already having global impact.
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change Jun 6
Tomorrow 2018 report author & environmental economist Prof Elizabeth Robinson will talk about & - challenges & solution at ! Free & open to all. Other panelists include + others!
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change May 28
Check out cited in piece on the strikes. 11yr old Sophia calls for adults to “cooperate & follow expert advice including the , the Lancet Countdown, the & the Nobel Prize economists.”
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change May 23
Today UK voters head to the polls for the elections. & need to be at the centre of policy decision-making & our 2018 brief for policymakers provides evidence-informed recommendations:
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World Health Organization (WHO) May 23
Replying to @DrTedros
"This installation simulated what it’s like to breathe the air in several cities around the world. I only spent five minutes inside, and that was hard enough. Millions of people spend a lifetime breathing air that is killing them"-
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change May 17
Ahead of 🇦🇺 read our 2018 briefing for Australian policymakers highlighting that continues to lag behind comparable HICs in its response to & its impacts on . Briefing developed with , &
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change May 16
We are excited to welcome five new team members at the Lancet Countdown! , Marina, , Laura & will work across research, policy and communications to strengthen the work and reach of the collaboration. Read more here:
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change May 15
With UK Parliament recently declaring a the recommendations outlined in the report briefing for UK policymakers help address the worst effects of on human . Read the briefing at:
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change May 14
Dr Nick Watts notes the link between & infectious diseases : "It’s crucial to talk about new infectious diseases now... can very quickly go from...a couple of cases to something that spreads...rapidly"
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change May 13
"Climate science has struggled mightily with a messaging problem." How can we effectively communicate the connection between and ? explores the best ways of delivering the climate change message in article.
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change May 10
What does a 2050 target of mean for ? asks recent editorial: . Dr Nick Watts notes optimism in latest report on the UK's contribution to stopping global warming.
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Sib Hare Apr 15
“Achieving a decarbonised global economy & securing the public health benefit it offers is not a technical or economic question - we have the money- it’s a political one” - Nick Watts, Lancet Countdown
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Anjuli Borgonha Apr 5
Did you know that is linked to 40,000 UK deaths a year? Under current Government plans, in the UK will stay at illegal levels for another 10 years, threatening ’s health and futures |
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FAO Knowledge Mar 23
Urban 👇 🥕 Provides fresh food 👩‍🌾 Generates employment ♻️ Recycles urban wastes 🌇 Strengthens cities’ resilience to
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Global Health Security, DHSC UK Mar 22
On 4 April at 0900 EST, join us for a GHSA capacity building webinar on national action plans, with insight from the UK, the WHO and Kenya. Register at with password: ACTION.
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Global Health Security, DHSC UK Feb 14
today released its Third Annual Report on Antimicrobial Agents intended for use in Animals. 155 countries contributed to this 3rd phase of the - a major milestone in the global effort to understand drivers of
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Natural Cycles Feb 11
Today is and ! NC was founded by a woman scientist who was determined to give individuals more knowledge about their reproductive health🙌
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