The threats to our planet, humans and indeed all species run across one health, environmental health and planetary health. This working group was created to enable members of the three communities to collaborate across advocacy, research, education, and service to improve the health of the people and our planet. A central effort of this group is to identify initiatives that policymakers, communities or individuals can implement that will improve the well being of people and improve environmental outcomes. It also identifies advocacy issues and educational material in this field that can be shared with worldwide.
If you are interested in contributing to this working group, please contact email@example.com.
Jonathan Patz (co-chair)
Philip Landrigan (co-chair)
Keith Martin (co-chair)
Corinne Wallace-Schuster (co-chair)
Planetary Health-One Health-Environmental Health Working Group Resources
- The Road to COP27: Climate and Health Through Three Lenses
- Health in the Environmental Agenda report from IISD, authored by Liz Willetts, Liz Grant et al
- The Minderoo-Monaco Commission on Plastics and Human Health led by Dr. Phil Landrigan at Boston College
- The Pan American Climate Resilient Health Systems Course focuses on the relationship between health systems and climate change. Health systems are on the frontlines of climate change, bearing the costs of increasing disease burdens and more frequent extreme weather events while simultaneously inadvertently contributing to negative environmental and climate-related impacts.
- One Health Workforce Academies – Earn accreditation and employer recognition of One Health training, core competencies, and technical skills.
- MSc program in Planetary Health at the University of Edinburg
- AFMC Planetary Health Declaration
- Planetary Health Report Card – Created with the purpose of increasing planetary health awareness and accountability among medical schools.
- Climate and Health Core Competencies for Health Professionals from Columbia Mailman School of Public Health
- The Learning for Sustainable Future: Live at COP26 Short Course offers an opportunity to examine what COP26 is, why it’s important and reflect on how you can add your voice to the call for collective action for a sustainable future.
- Planetary Health for Nurses Course
- The Planetary Health In Action Online Education Exchange Program from Health in harmony and the Oregon Health and Science University
- The Climate Change and Health Online Certificate Program from Yale
- The Red List of Ecosystems is a global standard for assessing risks to ecosystems.
- IUCN Green List of Protected and Conserved Areas
- Masters in Environmental Conservation at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Columbia Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education Resource Bank