Planetary health: young academics ask universities to act.
journal contributionposted on 12.03.2021, 17:18 by Katharina-Jaqueline Wabnitz, Viveka Guzman, Victoria Haldane, Pearl Anne Ante-Testard, Yina Shan, Iris Martine Blom
The COVID-19 pandemic has deeply affected societies worldwide, demanding communities to rapidly respond to the health and socioeconomic impacts of the disease. Higher education institutions are uniquely placed to lead a coordinated scientific and educational movement to shape a future that supports recovery from the pandemic and that can lead to improved opportunities in research, education and socio-environmental outcomes. In this commentary, Planetary Health Alliance Campus Ambassadors, a collective of individuals from diverse academic backgrounds representing universities across the world, call upon universities to commit to 5 actions to protect human and planetary health, now and in the future.
CommentsThe original article is available at The Lancet Planetary Health https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanplh/home
Published CitationWabnitz KJ, Guzman V, Haldane V, Ante-Testard PA, Shan Y, Blom IM. Planetary health: young academics ask universities to act. The Lancet Planetary Health. 2020; 4(7):e257-8
Publication Date1 July 2020
- Public Health and Epidemiology
- Population Health and Health Services
- Published Version (Version of Record)