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Kim van Daalen 19h
Very pleased hearing Prof. Andy Haines discuss gender in the discussion about climate change and health . Climate change acts as a health threat multiplier whilst increasing existing inequalities - including gender inequalities.
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Belinda Fettke Oct 25
messaging is about a nutrient deficient diet being pushed on us by global elites 😥😳😥 is not about the health of the people, or the health of our planet :-(
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Renzo Guinto 19h
Fifty webinar lectures delivered, panels moderated, discussions participated in & counting (plus the countless classes & meetings)... but nothing beats the energy of a live audience. I miss it!
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Dr. Nicole de Paula 🇧🇷 Oct 22
Very pleased to see the calling for 👏🏻👏🏻 Obrigada ! Strong cooperation between the heath & sustainability communities is 🔑 📍Brazil will host the global Planetary Health Week in April 2021. Join us!
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Dr. Nicole de Paula 🇧🇷 18h
We don’t have the luxury of inaction. NOW is the time to act for people and the planet! Thank you for encouraging so many young minds to act for 🙏🏻
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Lucas Ponte 16h
So proud of this incredible friend, leader and woman continue to fly high and represent the ! 😍✈️🌎
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CSH Oct 25
Are you a healthcare professional interested in & the ? This online course offers an overview of the relationship between the health sector & the crises in , particularly climate change >
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Fernando Xavier 19h
Top subjects about planetary health on Twitter in last week. Report date: Oct 26, 2020. Top 5 users:
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Dr. Amalia Aruda Almada Oct 23
Prepping a seminar & thankful for perspective from on climate guilt: Structural & political change is essential. Indivs can have impact by living into values. But boo on indiv carbon footprint construct guilt
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Nicole Redvers Oct 22
U of Minnesota School of Nursing utilizes our Planetary Health Pledge published in in this powerful video!
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dr. jo-anne veltman 💞 Oct 23
Dear Thought you'd like to see this.. UK Royal College of Paediatrics declares climate emergency! Thank you
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Dr. Nicole de Paula 🇧🇷 19h
My best face 😜 Loved to share this panel with you and thank you for being part of our team 💜
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Brian G. McAdoo 33m
Yes, there is in , the world's most nation. Here is what some remarkable young leaders are doing about it.
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PlaHNet of Young Professionals Oct 19
Replying to @ThisisMyEarth
(2/2) Learn about and how their mission is linked to the goals of Planetary Health. Registration link:
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Francis Ohanyido Oct 24
Thank you👌 "And, following in the footsteps of the climate crisis that threatens our collective future, Covid-19 has underlined the need for a “” approach to protecting the fragile interplay between human, animal & " -
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Craig McNaughton 5h
There are roots, physical & spiritual, we must respect The way we think about transportation corridors, housing developments, city limits, nature within urban spaces has to change Best people to lead the change: those closest to the land
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Mr Trần (QQ) Oct 22
performed Bleeding love at 2020 last month. Comment or retweet if you want to see the rest of the performance.
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andree rochfort Oct 23
Every little thing we do in our cumulatively impacts positively on and promotes With good each of us can be a true
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The Future of Food Oct 19
From to , the deep links between human, animal, and , and the consequences for social, environmental and economic sustainability, can no longer be denied. Food systems transformation is needed:
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gary bota Oct 24
Every medical school should have at it's core
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