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The Lancet May 20
We are delighted that our Editor-in-Chief just received a 2019 Health Leader Award from at the World Health Assembly for his tireless, wide-ranging & innovative contribution to global health!
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Lancet Countdown May 20
Up to £7,500 UCL grant available for cross-disciplinary collaborations that address the Grand Challenges priority themes/ focus on the SDGs- including good and .
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Lancet Countdown 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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Lancet Countdown 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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Lancet Countdown 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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Lancet Countdown 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 May 13
Editorial: What does a 2050 target of mean for health in the UK?
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Lancet Countdown 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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Lancet Countdown 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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UKHACC Apr 24
We're hiring a Communications Manager! Looking for a motivated individual to lead the Alliance’s campaign and communications efforts and coordinating our engagement with the media and health professions.
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Mark Shapiro MD Apr 22
Happy ! I plan to use Explore The Space as platform to look at & , some amazing guests/topics in months to come. Here’s ep 99 w/ from
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Lancet Countdown Apr 15
“The more the world warms, the more we will experience the limitations of adaptation. At a 2 degree increase we will know those limitations.” Lancet Countdown ED Dr Nick Watts at
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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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Lancet Countdown Apr 15
“Climate change is unacceptable and unequivocal and it's affecting everyone. We have known about climate change for 30 years but action has been insufficient” - Executive Director Dr Nick Watts at
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Lancet Countdown Apr 15
Any temperature rise above 1.5 will make the people of the Marshall Islands "nomads of the pacific". Dr Alex Pinano at
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Croix-Rouge fr Apr 11
est le directeur du : Tracking Progress on Health and Climate Change, il participe lui aussi au premier COP humanitaire sur le climat : Santé et changements climatiques - soigner une humanité à +2°C les 15 et 16 avril.
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Lancet Countdown Apr 6
Job applications for Policy Engagement Manager close at midnight GMT tomorrow! Open to international applicants. Join us to work on the cutting edge of public health and climate change. Apply here:
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Nina Reid Apr 5
Talk and art by Prof Susan Prescott on Biodiversity in Health and Disease at
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💧John Van Der Kallen Apr 5
Prof Helen Berry, climate change is making mental health worse!
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Lancet Countdown Mar 30
One week until job applications for Policy Engagement Manager close! Open to international applicants. Join us to work on the cutting edge of public health and climate change. Apply here:
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