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Marcus Grant Jul 16
Replying to @XRBristol
Gail Bradbook . Short section on Paris Agreement and . with those already suffering from in low income countries. Nice echos of contraction and convergence. How do we maintain for all?
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Dr Rachel Allen Jul 10
To healthily feed 10billion people by 2050, we globally won’t need to increase cereal production, but will need to produce more fruit, veg, nuts and can reduce red meat and egg production. We also need to reduce waste, including over consumption
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Dr Rachel Allen Jul 10
‘We are now the major geological force on the planet’ We are not bending the curves in terms of key environmental variables. We bent the curve on Ozone depletion in the 80’s, but haven’t seen changes to others.
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Planetary Health Alliance Jul 17
reports on latest study showing human's excess use of nitrogen is destroying Florida's coral reefs
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Kenneth Yakubu Jul 17
are all terms that were used in the plea to stop waste pollution.
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Robert Marten 23h
The Triumph of Doubt from —2020 required reading for
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Kristine Belesova 23h
Our estimates of child mortality burden related to crop deficits & weather in Burkina Faso now out: It could increase twofold with 1.5°C by 2100!
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Dr Rachel Lowe Jul 11
It has been such a pleasure hosting in our and infectious disease lab this summer. He is leading cutting-edge research on environmental change and risk in the Peruvian Amazon. Please come back soon!
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Laura Lopez Gonzalez Jul 18
Activists managed to save this country from upping its greenhouse gas emissions by 700% — for now.
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Vicent Balanzá Jul 17
"The true cost of cheap, unhealthy food is a spiralling public health crisis and environmental destruction, according to a high-level commission" in the UK. Via Ping
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CFHI Jul 17
Don’t miss free webinar on global experiences - 1pm PST/4p EST today!
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Dr Rachel Allen Jul 10
In terms of optimum diet for health and the environment we’re globally consuming too much red meat, starchy veg (eg potatoes and casava), eggs and not enough fruit, veg, legumes and wholegrains ...
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Diogo Martins 18h
Absolutely *love* this animation video!🧡Finally have something creative to prompt my next presentation 👏🏻
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Anya Gopfert 15h
re your conference in September Will there be online participation? Not sure we should be flying to learn about the climate but I'd love to participate?
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Renzo Guinto Jul 14
Dear Mr. President, the people of don’t “eat ice.” In fact, their remaining ice - the glaciers that serve as vital source of water for their isolated and fragile ecosystem - is being rapidly “eaten” due to .
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Planetary Health Alliance Jul 15
Read about the latest studies, thought pieces and opportunities in in our July newsletter.
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USask Office of the Vice-Provost, Health Jul 17
No single government or institution can address the ravaging the planet or the inequalities fraying the fragile fabric of even peaceful societies. The backbone of the is . Learn more at
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Dr Courtney Howard Jul 16
Yes! work! Stoked to have the FLOW study, a multicenter RCT comparing tampons to menstrual cups that my FP colleagues & I completed as a labour of "why doesn't this exist yet?" included in this ++ welcome meta-analysis
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The Lancet Countdown on Health and Climate Change Jul 16
Are you interested in learning more about how global environmental change is tied to human health? Registration is now open for the Annual Meeting in September. See here:
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Robert Marten Jul 15
Headlines in the —was this meant to be ? What are journalism’s responsibilities, and what role does journalism play in ?
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