Harvard University Center for the Environment

The Harvard University Center for the Environment (HUCE) encourages research and education about the environment and its many interactions with human society. Through a variety of grants and fellowships, the Center supports research related to the environment at every level. By sponsoring symposia, public lectures, and informal student convocations, the Center connects people with an interest in the environment. 

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Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health brings together dedicated experts from many disciplines to educate new generations of global health leaders and produce powerful ideas that improve the lives and health of people everywhere.

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RegNet at Australian National University

RegNet is committed to research and education based on principles of social justice, environmental sustainability and human health and wellbeing. Our research focuses on questions of regulation and governance in issues that matter for humanity – including planetary health equity. As a member of PHA, we look forward to the interdisciplinary and intersectoral debates and collaborations that are necessary to improve planetary health equitably.

Barcelona Institute for Global Health

The Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) contributes to planetary health through its activities in research and translation of knowledge regarding the influence of the environment on communicable and non-communicable disease. ISGlobal aims to train and mobilize future leaders in the application of systems thinking and transdisciplinary approaches to improve health and health equity.

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Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev is one of Israel’s leading research universities and among the world leaders in many fields. Ben-Gurion University promotes research in the field of green energy, alternative and renewable energy, including renewable fuels, solar energy and more. It is also developing curricula for a wide range of undergraduate and graduate degrees in the fields of energy.

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Boston College Global Observatory on Pollution and Health

The Boston College Global Observatory on Pollution and Health is a multidisciplinary collaboration that studies patterns of pollution and pollution-related disease in countries around the world and makes its findings available to researchers, policy makers, civil society, the media and the global public. Researchers in the Observatory analyze the burden of disease caused by pollution, quantify pollution’s economic costs and impacts on human capital, and examine pollution’s effects on the planetary environment.

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Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Brighton and Sussex Medical School (BSMS) is an equal partnership between the Universities of Sussex and Brighton together with NHS organisations throughout the South East region. The arrangements for the school's governance reflect this approach and students are awarded joint BM BS degrees of both universities.

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Brunel University London

Our undergraduate and postgraduate programmes will offer an inspirational education experience which instils academic knowledge, independent learning skills and the soft skills sought by employers. We will attract talented students from across the globe who aspire to learn and apply their knowledge to fulfil their lives and contribute to society.

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Planetary Health Center of Enterprise, University of California Global Health Institute

The Center of Expertise (COE) on Planetary Health envisions a healthy planet supporting healthy people. We believe achievable responses to large-scale health and environment transitions will be intrinsically integrative, multidisciplinary, and multi-campus, involving stakeholders globally and locally. The Planetary Health COE has the ability to galvanize faculty, researchers, and students across the ten UC campuses to address the threats and opportunities surrounding the health of populations and their environments and develop effective solutions.

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Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Urban Environment

The Institute of Urban Environment (IUE), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) was established on July 4, 2006. IUE, as a national institute, is the only research institute engaged in comprehensive studies on urban environment in the world. It has the right to confer master and doctorial degrees in Environmental Sciences. It is located in Xiamen, a beautiful city in southeast China.  

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The Chinese University of Hong Kong

The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), as a PHA member, is committed to the creation, dissemination and application of actionable scientific knowledge that advances planetary health. We strive to attain these goals through our interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary research and education programs on (1) smart and sustainable healthy cities, (2) health implications of climate change, (3) climate-smart and sustainable agriculture, and (4) smart solar energy harvesting, storage and utilization. The CUHK also aspires to champion evidence-based policy changes and societal transformations that will make our planet a healthier home to healthier citizens.

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Columbia Climate and Health Program

The Columbia Climate and Health Program fosters innovative, cross-disciplinary, translational scholarship on the human health dimensions of climate change, with the goal of advancing society's capacity to understand, anticipate, and prevent adverse health consequences.

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The Earth Institute, Columbia University

Columbia’s Earth Institute blends research in the physical and social sciences, education and practical solutions to help guide the world onto a path toward sustainability.

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University of Copenhagen, School of Global Health

The overall purpose of School of Global Health - University of Copenhagen is to coordinate and improve health research and training at the University of Copenhagen, in collaboration with local and global partners, and to promote health and development by research- and evidence based interventions against major health problems affecting low- and middle income societies.

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Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

We are dedicated to the creation, dissemination, and implementation of scientific knowledge to improve the health and well-being of animals and people.

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Cornell University Master of Public Health Program

The nature of our ever-changing global community — including both people and animals within the environment — requires a comprehensive systems approach to public health to prevent disease, promote health, and improve the quality of life of the planet’s population as a whole. A huge part of the research, work, and education that takes place across the Cornell University's diverse body is in the realm of public health – including the health of humans, animals, the environment, and our planet as a whole.

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Cyprus International Institute for Environmental and Public Health

The Cyprus International Institute for Environmental and Public Health (CII) is committed to contributing to planetary health actions in the region of Eastern Mediterranean and beyond. The CII mission to conduct research, educational and outreach activities that focus on the influence of environment on non-communicable disease patterns is well aligned with the priorities of the planetary health movement around the globe.

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Dartmouth College

Through person-to-person teaching and opportunities to create and apply knowledge on campus and across the globe, Dartmouth instills a love of learning among its students and empowers them for a lifetime of leadership.

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One Health Institute, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

The School of Veterinary Medicine serves the people of California by providing educational, research, clinical service, and public service programs of the highest quality to advance the health and care of animals, the health of the environment, and public health, and to contribute to the economy.

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Doane University Institute for Human and Planetary Health

Doane University, as a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, has created the Institute for Human and Planetary Health whose mission is to present the evidence that human health is dependent on the health of the ecosystems that sustain us and to provide educational opportunities for all those who want to restore human and planetary health. We will achieve this goal by developing coursework for teaching and by providing opportunities for collaborative and transdisicplinary research and action focused on solving our most serious problems.

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Duke Global Health Institute

The Duke Global Health Institute, whose faculty were involved in the original Rockefeller Foundation-Lancet Commission on planetary health, integrates planetary health into multi-school research and coursework at Duke University. As a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, the Duke Global Health Institute encourages student and faculty involvement in Planetary Health Alliance events and projects.

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Duke Kunshan University

Duke Kunshan University conducts interdisciplinary research and education efforts at the intersection of health and the environment through its Global Health Research Center and Environmental Research Center. As a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, Duke Kunshan University engages in the development of planetary health coursework, contributes to the planetary health research base, and involves its students and faculty in pursuit of planetary health solutions.

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Edith Cowan University

ECU and partner organisations are working to address a range of issues relating to regenerative farming practices for a sustainable food system and improved health outcomes, focusing on mapping existing efforts, identifying food system strengths, and identifying gaps and inefficiencies as a pathway for improvement. ECU also collaborates with the broader Oceania region in understanding and urgently responding to health impacts resulting from environmental degradation and climate change in the region, advances child education, and embeds the Sustainable Development Goals and planetary health into higher degree curricula.

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Global Health Academy, The University of Edinburgh

The Global Health Academy is a vibrant, evidence led academic community and cross-disciplinary structure. We showcase, support and help enable global health research, learning and networks – advancing the University’s global ambitions and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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University of Eldoret

The University of Eldoret’s School of Environmental Studies was founded in 1984 as the nation’s pioneer institution to address the rational management of natural resources and the environment for sustainable development in Kenya. Through our activities in research and training, we have realized how intertwined the environmental status is with human health and, in view of our mission to promote global partnership, networks and linkages are seen as a means to achieve our objectives. We would wish to establish collaboration with the planetary health community to promote human and environmental health and safeguard the planet from adverse anthropogenic impacts.

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Emory Global Health Institute

The primary goals of the Emory Global Health Institute are to: develop a strong academic infrastructure in global health at Emory University, develop and nurture global health partnerships, foster global health research and scholarship, and help train the next generation of global health leaders.

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George Mason Univ. Dept of Environmental Science and Policy

The Department of Environmental Science and Policy at George Mason University addresses local, regional and global environmental issues, translating science into policy. As an active member of the Planetary Health Alliance, we are building upon strong foundational partnerships, by advancing high level educational programs (from K-12 to PhD), field applications, and leadership in extension and outreach, across diverse communities. We contribute to planetary health endeavors by demonstrating, to policy makers and the general public, the importance of and solutions to pressing issues. 

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University of Ghana

The University of Ghana collaborates in the Planetary Health Alliance through the involvement of the Centre for Climate Change and Sustainability, the Institute for Environment and Sanitation Studies (IESS), the Centre for African Wetlands, and the School of Public Health. These centers and institutes advance research, education, training, and community-based experiential learning opportunities focused on various aspects of planetary health – including climate change, sustainability, biodiversity loss, wetlands conservation, food security, and neglected tropical diseases and other health impacts – and pursue national, regional, and global collaborations to facilitate planetary health, knowledge exchanges, research innovations, communications, policy, and on-the-ground action.

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Global Health Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison

The Global Health Institute (GHI) is a stand-alone unit at the University of Wisconsin-Madison dedicated to improving and inspiring collaboration, educating tomorrow’s leaders and promoting research and outreach to improve well-being for all.

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Goddard College

In Goddard's programs in Sustainability and in Health Arts and Sciences, students examine the relationship between human health and that of the environment and how to restore and nourish this relationship. As part of our individualized learning model, we encourage students to use Planetary Health Alliance educational resources.

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Griffith University

The Environmental Futures Research Institute at Griffith University conducts research of global significance. EFRI's Planetary Health Platform understands that human health and civilisation depend on flourishing natural systems and the wise stewardship of those natural systems. We recognise that collaboration and partnerships with industry, policy makers, and the scientific community are the basis of all research activities, fostering expanded perspectives and the power of broader expertise.

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Gund Institute for the Environment, University of Vermont

The Gund Institute for Environment at UVM mobilizes scholars and leaders to understand and solve critical environmental issues. We are known for integrating across disciplines to illuminate the many interactions between people and nature, including the impacts of ecosystem change on human health. We are researching these connections from local to global scales, and working with international organizations such as WWF and USAID on strategies that can support nature and human health together.

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Harverford College

Haverford College has a long-standing commitment to putting learning into action for greater ethical purposes. Through collaboration among the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship and academic programs including Environmental Studies, Health Studies, and Peace, Justice, and Human Rights, the College employs planetary health as a transdisciplinary frame through which students consider and take action to address pressing social and environmental issues.

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School of Earth, Society and Environment, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

We at SESE strive to equip our students with the skills and knowledge necessary to realize their full potential as citizens, professionals and stewards of our planet. Join SESE and make a difference.

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Institute for Global Health Sciences, UCSF

UCSF’s Institute for Global Health Sciences (IGHS) is a pioneer and innovator in academic global heath, with a deep commitment to improving the health of marginalized communities. In the climate and health space, IGHS works with low- and middle-income countries to drive innovation in the health sector’s response to climate change to build greater resilience to and minimize the negative health impacts of climate change. IGHS has over two decades of experience in landscaping and assessing innovative financing strategies for a number of global health areas including HIV, malaria and TB, and supporting resource mobilization efforts for emerging health sector priorities.

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Khazar University

As a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, Khazar University contributes to planetary health through educating students and community, engaging students, scientists, professionals and governmental organizations to promote understanding of the importance of planetary health, and exchanging data and knowledge to recognize and improve human, animal, and ecosystem health issues in Azerbaijan and globally.

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Kumamoto University

Kumamoto University aims to preserve and conserve natural resources, and innovate technologies and environment to foster the growth of healthy planet. Kumamoto University will contribute to the PHA network through identification and visualization, and development of natural resources, especially focusing on useful plants. We are very much looking forward to collaborating with PHA members.

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Landscapes, Agro-Bionomics and Human Health Laboratory, University of Milan

The University of Milan is a public, multidisciplinary teaching and research institution that offers 8 Faculties, 2 Schools, 136 study courses, 31 Doctoral Programmes and 63 Specialisation Schools.

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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine is renowned for its research, postgraduate studies and continuing education in public and global health. LSHTM has an international presence and collaborative ethos, and is uniquely placed to help shape health policy and translate research findings into tangible impact.

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MacEwan Faculty of Nursing

The MacEwan Faculty of Nursing vision focuses on nurses making a difference in the health of global communities in keeping with global health priorities and the Sustainable Development Goals.  With a philosophy based in human caring and complexity science, the Faculty of Nursing strives to inspire students and faculty to engage in improving the well being of people and the planet through transformative education, research and leadership.

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Makerere College of Computing and Information Science

Makerere College of Computing and Information Science contributes to planetary health through its research and education programmes in the areas of, but not limited to, low-cost and portable environmental sensing systems for agriculture and health, data science and artificial intelligence for development, and innovative ICTs for development.

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Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, University of Arizona

The UA Zuckerman College of Public Health offers tremendous opportunities to its students for education, research and community involvement thanks to a locale rich in history, research opportunities, and university academic resources.

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Miller School of Medicine, Department of Public Health Sciences, University of Miami

We bring about sustainable, positive changes in health by providing an outstanding program of research, teaching and service – to educate the next generation of public health leaders who endeavor to discover, test and disseminate solutions to health threats and problems; and translate research into effective practices and sound policies.

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University of Minnesota School of Nursing

The School of Nursing envisions a world where nurses lead collaborative efforts to attain optimal health for all people.

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Monash Sustainable Development Institute

The Monash Sustainable Development Institute (MSDI) at Monash University leads interdisciplinary research and education on the intersections between human and environmental  health, with a focus on building collaborative and cross-sectoral partnerships to influence policy and practice.  We are particularly focused on questions of planetary health in Asia-Pacific, and look forward to collaborating with PHA members to advance knowledge and impact in this space.

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University of New England

UNE joined as an institutional member of the Planetary Health Alliance in April 2017. Interested faculty and staff from UNE have formed a University Planetary Health Steering Committee to explore how UNE can contribute to the field of Planetary Health and how Planetary Health concepts can be more fully integrated into our curriculum and student learning experience.

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Institute for Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern University

The Institute for Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern University (ISEN) spans disciplines to advance transformative research, interdisciplinary education, and stakeholder engagement. For example, ISEN’s Program on Plastics, Ecosystems, and Public Health (PEPH) is a multi-institutional research network, while ISEN’s Ubben Program on Climate and Carbon Science addresses the impacts of climate change on interconnected systems, communities, and public health.

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University of Nottingham School of Health Sciences

The University of Nottingham School of Health Sciences works to incorporate the planetary health framework into curricula for healthcare professionals. As a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, the UoN School of Health Sciences collaborates in developing resources for the planetary health education platform and helps to spread awareness of planetary health, particularly among nursing and sustainability networks in the United Kingdom.

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Department of Population Health, NYU Langone Health

The Department of Population Health at NYU Langone Health seeks to bridge the worlds of medicine and public health through research, education, healthcare and community partnerships.  Employing a One Health/Planetary Health framework will provide new perspectives and opportunities for our students, faculty and staff in the areas of healthcare delivery, health policy and public health.  We look forward to becoming part of the PHA community.

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National Cheng Kung University

The National Cheng Kung University aids global health professionals in improving the health and well-being of the general public through teaching, research, and service. The objectives include: 1) to cultivate global health professionals who have theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and enthusiasm; 2) to establish an international academic research community through the creation and dissemination of public health knowledge; 3) to participate in global health issues, and to promote a sound, integrated public health system.

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Global One Health Initiative, The Ohio State University

The scope of Ohio State’s Global One Health initiative's projects includes: 1) Prevention and control of (re)-emerging zoonotic infectious diseases; 2) Collaborative approaches to prevent, detect and respond to antimicrobial resistance; 3) Development and testing of rapid, point-of-care, field-deployable detection systems; 4) Evaluation of environmental risk factors that impact agricultural food systems, chronic diseases (such as cancer) and other economic and health outcomes; 5) Development of efficient digital and virtual systems for high impact translational research, training and outreach.

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OHSU-PSU School of Public Health

The Oregon Health & Science University-Portland State University School of Public Health works to find enduring and sustainable solutions to today’s public health problems, and we are committed to educating students of all backgrounds who want to enter the public health field and improve lives in their communities. As a partner of the PHA we seek to collaborate in both research and educational activities that integrate the disciplines of environmental and global health.

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O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law, Georgetown University

Housed at Georgetown University Law Center in Washington D.C., the O’Neill Institute reflects the importance of public and private law in health policy analysis. The O’Neill Institute draws upon the University’s considerable intellectual resources, including the School of Nursing & Health Studies, School of Medicine, the Public Policy Institute, and the Kennedy Institute of Ethics.

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Oregon State University College of Public Health and Human Sciences

The College of Public Health and Human Sciences (CPHHS) at Oregon State University (OSU) is at the center of the emerging “Integrated Health Sciences Initiative,” which brings together expertise from all of the university’s colleges, including Agriculture, Engineering, Business, Forestry, Earth, Oceanic, and Atmospheric Sciences, Liberal Arts, Veterinary Medicine and others to collaborate across OSU’s three signature areas of distinction: healthy earth ecosystems, healthy people, and a healthy economy (nicknamed the “three healthies”). CPHHS is home to nine academic programs in public health, human development and family sciences, nutrition, kinesiology, and global health.  As part of our land-grant mission, we oversee university health extension programing in all corners of the state to foster translational and implementation sciences and partner with communities to improve population health and health equity.

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University of Oslo Centre for Global Health

The Centre for Global Health (CGH) at the University of Oslo (UiO) has been established to coordinate and facilitate educational and scientific activities related to global health. CGH aims to contribute to the strengthening of the interdisciplinary cooperation internally at UiO, nationally and with international actors that work on global health. CGH is building sustainable research excellence programs that acknowledge the interconnectedness of human well-being, animal health and our environment, and is co-chairing the ongoing Lancet One Health Commission.

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University of Reading

The University of Reading is a leading research and teaching institute for environmental science, including meteorology, agriculture and ecology. We are integrating these disciplines into our health and biomedical sciences research by supporting interdisciplinary funding proposals and through developing extensive collaborations with partners worldwide.

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Royal Holloway University of London

Royal Holloway University of London has a broad commitment to the cause of planetary health. We work to advance planetary health research, education, and policy and to support the emergence of an interdisciplinary planetary health community, including creative and critical work in the humanities and arts. We share the desire for ‘a global public better educated about the connections between human health and our management of Earth’s natural systems, researchers better able to build transdisciplinary collaborations, and policymakers better positioned to consider the public health impacts of their resource management decisions.’

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University of São Paulo

USP, as the major institution of higher learning and research in Brazil, is responsible for educating a large part of Brazilian Masters and Ph.D’s. On our site, you can find information about our structure, ways of entrance and services offered to the foreign community.

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Sapienza University of Rome

The Department of Public Health and Infectious Diseases, Sapienza University of Rome, as a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, will contribute to planetary health in the fields of education and research on the following issues: 1) providing a comprehensive educational program for students of the Faculties of Medicine and Sciences; 2) introducing innovative research in these fields; 3) giving an annual report on climate change to the Decision Makers at the regional and National level.

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Seoul National University Asia Center

Seoul National University Asia Center (SNUAC) is the fastest growing global hub for Asian studies, which integrates 5 regional centers and 7 thematic researches. By crafting usable knowledge, sharing through the Korea Social Science Data Archive and the Asian Regional Information Center, and linking to actions, SNUAC contributes toward a healthy, equitable, and sustainable Asia.

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Stanford Center for Innovation in Global Health

Stanford University is building cross-campus and global partnerships to explore the intersections of human health and environment. Global health, engineering, environmental sciences, policy and other disciplines will drive educational and research opportunities for students and faculty. We look forward to dialogue and collaborations with PHA members.

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Stony Brook Global Health Institute

In 2015, through a generous gift and endowment from Jim and Robin Herrnstein, Jim and Marilyn Simons, and the Della Pietra family, the Stony Brook University’s Global Health Institute (GHI) was established under the leadership of Dr. Peter Small.  The institute aims to bridge and harness the expertise and interdisciplinary power of all 15 Stony Brook University schools and colleges to drive innovative health solutions in Madagascar and other developing countries.

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SweetLab, Portland State University

The SweetLab at Portland State University develops and implements "Internet of Things" sensor technologies designed to improve the collection of, and action on, data in global health programs. We deploy and study high efficiency cookstoves, water pumps, household water filters, sanitation systems, pedestrian footbridges and other appropriate technologies in fifteen countries. The SweetLab joined the Planetary Health Alliance to increase collaborations across engineering, public health, social enterprise and public policy domains to further the positive impact of health and environmental programs. 

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SUNY Downstate Health Sciences University, School of Public Health

The mission of the SUNY Downstate School of Public Health is to advance public health knowledge, promote health and well-being, and prevent disease and disability within communities, particularly in urban and immigrant ones. Such actions are accomplished through excellence in the education of public health professionals, scientific investigation of public health issues, and service to communities through collaborative partnerships.

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University of Sydney

We make lives better by producing leaders of society and equipping our people with leadership qualities so they can serve our communities at every level.

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University of Technology Sydney

UTS is a dynamic and innovative university in central Sydney. One of Australia’s leading universities of technology, UTS has a distinct model of learning, strong research performance and a leading reputation for engagement with industry and the professions.

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Thammasat University

Planetary Health strives for a young generation of professionals able to work across boundaries. Through its multi- and inter-disciplinary teaching, as well as through its research activities, the Thammasat University's School of Global Studies contributes to Planetary Health approaches and objectives. It involves students and faculty alike in Planetary Health learning and research, and takes part in the Planetary Health Alliance in sharing ideas and materials and through participation in debates, conferences, and dissemination of PHA products.

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Tokyo Medical and Dental University

Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) aims to strengthen and promote research and other activities in planetary health science through collaboration with institutions around the world. TMDU also promotes the field by training leaders in the field of medicine and public health who are capable of formulating new initiatives in planetary health science as well as informing health professionals in Japan and overseas about reliable scientific evidence.

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University of Toronto Dalla Lana School of Public Health

Public health and health systems scholarship built on engagement, excellence and impact. In order to fulfill this mission and vision it will be important for the DLSPH to continue to invest thoughtfully in collaborative models that integrate decision-makers and institutions in government, civil society, the public and private sector, and community-based organizations, with the potential for population health and health systems impact.

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United Nations University IIGH

Being one of the 14 research and training centres that comprise the UNU system as well as a UN think tank, the mission of UNU-IIGH is to build knowledge and capacity for decision-making by UN agencies, programmes, and Member States about global health issues. The aim is to contribute to the development and strengthening of health services policy frameworks and management actions, particularly for people in developing countries, and to support implementation of promotive and preventive approaches to human health.

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University of Washington School of Public Health

The UW School of Public Health is grounded in teaching, research, and service.  Our 10,000 graduates have gone on to transform communities, lead health organizations, and find solutions to emerging public health challenges.

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University of West Indies

The University of West Indies, St. Augustine Campus, advances research and education at the intersection of environmental change and human health, with a particular focus on local challenges faced by the Caribbean population. As a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, the University of West Indies supports the growth of the planetary health community through organizing a journal club as part of the Emerging Scholars Network, hosting relevant events, conducting new research, and integrating planetary health topics into its educational efforts.

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University of Wollongong Australia

The University of Wollongong supports ongoing research, education, and other initiatives that support a sustainable future, with efforts expanding across the School of Health and Society, the School of Geography and Sustainable Communities, the School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, the SMART Infrastructure Facility, and the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security. The University of Wollongong works to better the future of the planet, and, as a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, collaborates with the planetary health community in research and education efforts addressing developmental, environmental, and health challenges.

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Yale Climate Change and Health Initiative

As a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, the Yale Climate Change and Health Initiative contributes to planetary health through its efforts to 1) train future leaders; 2) provide a comprehensive educational program; 3) catalyze innovative research; and 4) perform public health practice, all to address climate change, one of the greatest public health challenges of the 21st century.

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Yale School of Nursing

The ultimate Mission of the Yale School of Nursing is better health for all people. We accomplish this by educating each generation of nurse leaders, scholars and practitioners; transforming healthcare practice; and advancing science. Building on the tradition of our Founding Dean, Annie W. Goodrich, the YSN community relates the “adventure of thought to the adventure of action, in touch with the fundamentals of human experience” across local, national and international systems of care. 

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Planetary Health Alliance

The Planetary Health Alliance is a consortium of over 120 dedicated universities, NGOs, government entities, research institutes, and other partners around the world committed to advancing planetary health.
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