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Abubuwa Societal Development Initiative (ASDI)

NGO

Abubuwa Societal Development Initiative (ASDI) is a non-profit organization that conducts research, train-the-trainer facilitation, community engagement, service implementation, and advocacy in collaboration with government entities and other related stakeholders. As such, ASDI, in collaboration with PHA, is committed to strengthening the presence of planetary health among academia, civil society, and the public and private sectors.

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Academy of Integrative Health & Medicine (AIHM)

NGO

Now more than ever it is critical that we as individual, organizations and community align and strengthen our voices to implement the urgent changes needed for the health and well being of our people and our planet.  We must amplify our voices for each other, for future generations and for the planet.

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Action for Social Development and Environmental Protection Organization (ASDEPO)

NGO

ASDEPO is committed to community development in Ethiopia, particularly in hard-to-reach areas, and as a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, ASDEPO will contribute to planetary health research related to health as well as community empowerment and advocate for relevant policy. Additionally, ASDEPO will strengthen the presence of Planetary Health Alliance through sharing the newsletter, social media resources, and other informational materials and help to strengthen the multi-sectoral approach in the planetary health community.

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Adventure Scientists

NGO

Adventure Scientists equips partners with data collected from the outdoors that are crucial to addressing challenges in the environmental and human health fields. By leveraging the skills of the outdoor adventure community we are able to gather high quality, difficult-to-obtain data at any scale, in any environment.

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African Council of Religious Leaders-Religions for Peace

NGO

The African Council for Religious Leaders – Religions for Peace (ACRL-RfP) as a continental coalition of different faith organizations, and religious leaders in the African  continent, working together to advance peace, sustainable development and shared well-being. ACRL-RfP  is committed to enhancing the presence of PH   in   the national  interfaith networks and  all its stakeholders, academia and  civil society to promote human well being and the well being of the  planet through  joint research activities at hub and global levels  that inform evidence based  environmental protection and climate change adaptation interventions..


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African Cultural Exchange

NGO

The African Cultural Exchange is committed to stewardship of the planet and its resources, including its human endowment.  We promote cross-cultural, developmental, educational and health-care exchanges and projects in Africa to foster collaborations that enhance the better future that we seek.


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African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC)

Research Institute

APHRC is committed to generating an Africa-led and Africa-owned body of evidence to inform decision making for an effective and sustainable response to the most critical challenges facing the continent. 

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Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments

NGO

The Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments (ANHE) is the only national nursing organization focused solely on the intersection of health and the environment. The mission of the Alliance is to promote healthy people and healthy environments by educating and leading the nursing profession, advancing research, incorporating evidence-based practice, and influencing policy.

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Alliance Santé Planétaire France

NGO

The Alliance Santé Planétaire (France) is an association founded in January 2021 and a French-speaking member of the Planetary Health Alliance. Its objective is to promote Planetary Health and to communicate its issues to patients, professionals, citizens and legislators.

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American Geophysical Union

NGO

AGU is dedicated to the furtherance of the Earth and space sciences, and to communicating our science’s ability to benefit humanity. AGU’s GeoHealth is intended to help bridge the gaps between communities and further ensure the Earth and space sciences are engaging with the health sciences to promote new avenues of discovery and understanding. By collaborating with the Planetary Health Alliance, we are committed to continue to foster the growth of our two communities.

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American Public Health Association (APHA)

NGO 

The American Public Health Association (APHA) champions the health of all people and all communities, strengthens the public health profession and brings together members from all fields of public health. With a long-standing commitment to climate as a health issue, APHA is working to address climate change by applying a public health and health equity lens to help shape climate policy, engagement and action to better address the needs of vulnerable populations.

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Anchor University, Nigeria

Academic Institution

Anchor University Center for Global Health exists to contribute to improvement in health and health systems globally through high-quality multidisciplinary research, knowledge generation, capacity building, advocacy and engagement in evidence-based interventions. Our focus is to to pioneer and promote interdisciplinary research, study and project implementation in the area of planetary health in Nigeria, and contribute to the body of knowledge globally. 

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Animal & Human Health for the Environment And Development (AHEAD)

NGO

AHEAD (Animal & Human Health for the Environment And Development) supports real world problem-solving at the interface of wildlife health, livestock health, and human health and livelihoods — with a focus on southern Africa. We continually work to share lessons learned via our web platform, as well as our freely available AHEAD Update e-newsletter.

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Applied Environmental Research Foundation (AERF)

NGO

The Applied Environmental Research Foundation (AERF) is a non-profit based out of Pune, India. AERF’s mission is to achieve conservation on the ground by involving local communities and by forging partnerships with diverse stakeholder groups viz. private sector, educational institutions, and local governments. The main focus of AERF’s activities is to avoid deforestation and conserve biodiversity in the northern Western Ghats of India – a global biodiversity hotspot – and create sustainable value from standing forests. By collaborating with the Planetary Health Alliance, we intend to realize societies living in harmony with nature.

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Art of Change 21

NGO

Art of Change 21 is a one-of-a-kind association that brings together artists, social entrepreneurs and young leaders who are deeply committed to sustainability and the environment, in order to create original, impactful solutions that address climate change and promote sustainable lifestyles.

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Barcelona Institute for Global Health

Academic Institution

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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https://www.isglobal.org/en
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Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

Academic Institution

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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Biomimicry Innovation Lab

Consultancy and Design Lab

We are committed to collaborating to solve the wicked problems that the planet is currently facing. Our focus is to understand how we can take a systems-perspective to create meaningful change. We cannot do this alone and work with both industry and academia to drive this message.

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Bioversity International

Research Institute

Bioversity International’s vision is a world where agrobiodiversity nourishes people and sustains the planet, so planetary health is at the core of our research.  We welcome the engagement of the medical community into the discussions and research on the impact of the food and agricultural system on people and the planet’s health, as the medical profession can speak to a different community and bring more decision makers to understand the need to transform our food and agricultural system. 

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Blue Mountains City Council

Government Entity

Blue Mountains City Council's Planetary Health Initiative is commmitted to 'walking the talk' within Council services. It is also working collaboratively with the wider community as well as local, regional and global partners to restore planetary health for current and future generations. As a local government working with its First Nations communities, and demonstrating stewardship of a World Heritage Listed Area, we are also the first Council in Australia to adopt the Rights of Nature.

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Blue Ventures

NGO

Blue Ventures develops transformative approaches for catalysing and sustaining locally led marine conservation. We work in places where the ocean is vital to local cultures and economies, and are committed to protecting marine biodiversity in ways that benefit coastal people.

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Born Global Foundation

NGO

On our interconnected planet we are all truly Born Global. As a living adaptive system we make change happen when we stick together and focalize our small actions to build up systems of global change. Our mission is to connect innovative minds around the world and to educate each other with our knowledge. We start with a deep connection to nature as mentor, method and measure to through the applied scientific methodology of Biomimicry which guides all our projects to create conditions conducive to all life.

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Boston College Global Observatory on Pollution and Health

Academic Institution

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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Brazilian College of Lifestyle Medicine (CBMEV)

NGO

The Brazilian College for Lifestyle Medicine (CBMEV) is an ethically-driven non-profit organization led by physicians, medical professionals and other social agents to advance evidence-based lifestyle medicine as the fundamental approach to assist individuals and communities in modifying behaviors to promote physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being as well as the planetary health.

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Brighton and Sussex Medical School

Academic Institution

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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https://www.bsms.ac.uk/index.aspx
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Brunel University London

Academic Institution

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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http://www.brunel.ac.uk/
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California Academy of Sciences

NGO 

The mission of the California Academy of Sciences is to explore, explain, and sustain life. Life-changing moments. World-changing science. We’re an aquarium, planetarium, rainforest, and natural history museum in the heart of San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park—and a powerful voice for biodiversity research and exploration, environmental education, and sustainability across the globe.

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Canadian Association of Nurses for the Environment

NGO

The Canadian Association of Nurses for the Environment (CANE) is a national organization committed to planetary health as the guiding principal. Our mandate is educate nurses about planetary health and to work together to influence the structures of our society that can improve planetary health.

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Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE)

NGO

CAPE works to better human health by protecting the planet. We seek to better understand how the environment affects human health in order to be a resource to others. We educate our members, other physicians and health professionals, the public, and policymakers about environmental health issues.

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Care2Communities

NGO

As our clinic network expands in partnership with the Haitian Ministry of Health, we would like to use the PH framework laid out in the textbook to address issues beyond just treating patients. We'd like to look more upstream at how the impact of humans on the climate in our ecosystem is just just based on treatment, not a wider lens.

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Caribbean College of Family Physicians

NGO

The Caribbean College of Family Physicians is dedicated to the delivery of people-centred primary care that is continuous from cradle to grave, contextual and comprehensive whilst at the same time empowering patients to be partners in managing their health and that of their communities.

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Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies

Research Institute

Founded in 1983, the Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies is one of the world’s leading independent environmental research organizations. Areas of expertise include disease ecology, forest and freshwater health, climate change, urban ecology, and invasive species.

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Centre for Sustainable Healthcare

NGO

The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare engages healthcare professionals, patients and the wider community in understanding the connections between health and environment, and to reduce healthcare’s resource footprint. As a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, we share learning and resources from our Sustainable Healthcare Education Network, to support the inclusion of planetary health in the education of doctors and other health professions.


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Centre ValBio

Research Institute

Centre ValBio was created by Professor Patricia Wright in 2003 to help both indigenous people and the international community better understand the value of conservation in Madagascar and around the world.

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Child Family Health International

NGO

Child Family Health International (CFHI) is a United Nations-recognized non-profit organization that provides community-based Global Health Education Programs for students and institutions. CFHI programs allow participants to explore transdisciplinary and integrated approaches in planetary health around the world, with a focus on learning how environmental factors affect the health and wellbeing of global communities. 

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Chilean Society of Environmental Nurses

NGO

Our organization aims to promote debate and critical reflection on the current link between human beings and the environment and its existence, and how it affects ecology, and the care of people and communities. Contributing, transferring and disseminating the knowledge of nursing science and ecosystems / nature in their holistic dimension, as interdependent elements, which will allow to recover, maintain and promote health in a dignified, equitable way and adjusted to social ethics.

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Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Urban Environment

Academic Institution

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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Chinese University of Hong Kong

Academic Institution

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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CIFOR

Research Institute

CIFOR is a non-profit, scientific institution that conducts research on the most pressing challenges of forest and landscape management around the world. Using a global, multidisciplinary approach, we aim to improve human well-being, protect the environment, and increase equity. To do so, we conduct innovative research, develop partners’ capacity, and actively engage in dialogue with all stakeholders to inform policies and practices that affect forests and people.

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Climate Aware Physician Students at Carle College of Medicine (UIUC)

Academic Institution

As medical students, the health of our future patients is always at the front of our minds. We are increasingly aware of the reciprocal relationship between human and planetary health and believe that one of the best ways to prepare for care-giving is to educate ourselves on our changing climate and do what we can to improve our planet's health. For these reasons, we are committed to engaging in climate advocacy on a local, national and global scale. 

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Climate Cares

Research Institute

We are a team of researchers, designers, policy-makers and educators aiming to understand and support mental health in the current climate and ecological crises. Our vision is for individuals, communities and healthcare systems to have the knowledge, tools, and resources to become resilient to the mental health impacts of climate change. We conduct research, deliver mental health interventions and produce best-practice recommendations for and with policymakers. We welcome any opportunity to partner with others who want to improve our understandings of- and responses to- mental health in the context of climate change.

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Climate for Health (ecoAmerica)

NGO

Climate for Health is a national initiative led by a diverse network of health leaders from across the health sector representing key health care, public health, clinical, and medical institutions and associations. Committed to advancing climate solutions to protect the health and well being of Americans, our leaders offer support, inspiration, and resources to new leaders ready to make their own commitment and build support for climate solutions.

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Climate Mental Health Network

NGO

Climate change has created a global mental health crisis. To heal the planet, we have to collectively heal ourselves. The Climate Mental Health Network addresses the mental health consequences of climate change through community engagement and by harnessing the power of media and technology. We are committed to advancing the work of the Planetary Health Alliance by raising awareness about the interconnectedness of the planetary health and mental health issues and collaborating with other members on research, programs and events.

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Climate Policy Radar

NGO

Climate Policy Radar is a not-for-profit climate data startup working to map and analyse the global climate policy landscape, so that we can inform decision-making and support the transition to a low carbon future, therefore helping to advance planetary health. As an open data, open source company, we hope that being part of PHA will help us develop new collaborations and partnerships, so that we can share and exchange knowledge and advance progress sooner.

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Collège de la Médecine Générale

GP’s and their patients need tools to practically advance Planetary Health. As a group of French GP’s we would like to collaborate with all members of the PHA to exchange and translate information, experiences and of course the tools that we are all developing. We believe we are on a transversal and important mission together, in which we really need mutual support.

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Columbia Climate and Health Program

Academic Institution

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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http://beta.global.columbia.edu/institutes-programs-initiatives/columbia-climate-and-health-program-cchp
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Columbia University Earth Institute

Academic Insitution

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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http://earth.columbia.edu/
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Commonwealth Youth Health Network

NGO 

The Commonwealth Youth Health Network is a platform for young people to engage on global issues related to health, through individual and collective action at all levels. We aim to educate, advocate and act on the social and environmental determinants of health to ensure a better future for people and planet.

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Community and Family Aid Foundation-Ghana

NGO

The Community and Family Aid Foundation-Ghana is an NGO operating in Ghana, whose activities, spanning community, national, and international scales, are focused on protecting quality health care and the environment in Ghana and beyond through service and advocacy. We are committed to “Moving Together to Build a Healthier World” and supporting inclusive global discussion on the planetary health agenda so that we can collectively chart a common path together.
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Connected Advocacy for Empowerment and Youth Development Initiative

NGO

Connected Advocacy a registered organisation Nigeria West Africa, We aim to use Planetary Health Alliance partnership to build an integrated ecosystem where the marginalised citizens are included as active participants in the political economy of their society. Promoting Climate change and Health interventions for underserve communities through share PHA website , and collaborate support to implement members activities at the grassroots.

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Conservation International

NGO

We are focused on saving nature for people. My work as a Pandemic Prevention Fellow is specifically focused on preventing pathogen spillover from wildlife to people. I also work on connecting the range of conservation our organization does, from climate change mitigation to preventing loss of biodiversity, to health outcomes.

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Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH)

NGO

The Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) is a rapidly growing Washington, DC based organization of over 175 academic institutions and other organizations from around the world engaged in addressing global health challenges. CUGH supports academic institutions and partners to improve the wellbeing of people and the planet through education, research, service, and advocacy.

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CORE Group

NGO

CORE Group's mission to improve and expand community health practices for underserved populations, especially women, children, and adolescents, cannot be achieved if the health of the planet is not improved, communities' health is planetary health; and vice-versa.

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Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine

Academic Institution

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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https://www2.vet.cornell.edu/
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Cornell University Master of Public Health Program

Academic Institution

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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https://www2.vet.cornell.edu/education/graduate-studies/master-public-health-mph
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Cyprus International Institute for Environmental and Public Health

Research Institute

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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https://www.cut.ac.cy/faculties/hsc/cii/
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Dartmouth College

Academic Institution

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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https://home.dartmouth.edu/
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De Duurzame Verpleegkundige

NGO

De Duurzame Verpleegkundige aims to make PH part of the regular nursing curriculum and refresher training in The Netherlands. We advocate to change the professional curriculum, and nurses oath. We wish to share knowledge, participate in activities in the PHA Regional Hub network and engage in advocacy. We want to create programs for local nursing universities and create opportunities for students and professionals to get engaged in PH.

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Department of Population Health, NYU Langone Health

Academic Institution

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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Do for Children

NGO

While Do for Children’s mandate is child centered, we recognize climate change as a key cross-cutting issue, as climate change disrupts the environment, children are being forced to grow up in an increasingly dangerous world. This is a planetary health crisis that threatens their health, nutrition, education, development, survival, and future.

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Doane University Institute for Human and Planetary Health

Academic Institution

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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https://ihph.doane.edu/
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Duke Kunshan University

Academic Institution

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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https://dukekunshan.edu.cn/en/imep/imep-features
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Duke University Global Health Institute

Academic Institution

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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https://globalhealth.duke.edu/
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East West Center

Academic Institution

The East-West Center incorporates planetary health into its research and training activities including YSEALI Academic Fellowship on Environmental Issues, EWC Innovation for Sustainable Development Fellowship, and EWC Ocean Corps for early career ocean researchers. We aspire to connect our 200+ staff and 65,000 alumni organized in 50 chapters across the Indo-Pacific and the Americas to opportunities of the Planetary Health Alliance with particular focus on the Next Generation Network.

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Eco-Heart Alliance

NGO

We pledge to do work that supports the mission of the Planetary Health Alliance. Eco-Heart Alliance’s mission is to inspire biodiversity conservation through community outreach programs. EHA’s vision is foster stewardship of our natural world, contributing to a healthy ecosystem. The EHA intends to support its mission through activities that promote community-based collaboration. We want to make make a positive impact by providing online programs that educate communities while contributing to ecosystem health.

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EcoHealth Alliance

NGO

Building on over 45+ years of groundbreaking science, EcoHealth Alliance is a global environmental health nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting wildlife and public health from the emergence of disease.

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Edith Cowan University

Academic Institution

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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Emory Global Health Institute

Academic Institution

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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http://www.globalhealth.emory.edu/
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Endelevu Community Development Services (ECODS)

NGO

Our organization will promote activities of plenatary health in Kenya through conducting studies, implementing health projects and participating in networks. This collaboration will also invlove participating in meetings and forums.

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Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Victoria

NGO

Environment Protection Authority (EPA) Victoria champions a healthy environment that supports a liveable and prosperous Victoria now and always. EPA Victoria protects the environment and people by preventing and reducing harm from pollution and waste. EPA is committed to collaborating with the Planetary Health Alliance to contribute to and draw upon research, knowledge and capability from across industry, government and non-government, academia and community to deliver in its role as a world-class regulator of pollution and waste.

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Environmental and Occupational Health Directorate, Ministry of Health

Government Entity

We are collaborating with health and non health sectors at national level. Happy to collaborate regionally and internationally.

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Environmental Physiotherapy Association (EPA)

NGO

The Environmental Physiotherapy Association (EPA) is seeking to embed planetary health in physiotherapy research, education and practice through a wide variety of international projects. All of these projects also aim to further the knowledge-based and implementation of planetary health in different ways by drawing on and expanding the distinct contributions that the physiotherapy profession can make to this field. Our biggest project to date, the EPT Agenda 2023, is introducing planetary health education to physiotherapy institutions around the world. We frequently direct participating institutions to the educational materials and networks of the PHA. Members of the EPA regularly attend C4PH calls, interact on social media, and are keen to attend and contribute to future PHAMs.

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EUCLID

Academic Institution

As an intergovernmental institution training the next generation of international public health civil servants and leaders for several countries, EUCLID is looking forward to work work with the PH network in terms of curriculum and joint initiatives.

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EWNRA

NGO 

EWNRA is committed to contribute from its experience and efforts in areas of enhancing ecosystem vitality, combating climate change, improving food and nutrition security, enhancing WaSH, reducing poverty and  family size (population growth) for better health, well-being and resources.
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Faculté de Médecine, Université de Kinshasa

Academic Institution

We are confident that this collaboration will help improve our educational system to implement what we name as COUVERTURE SANTE UNIVERSELLE, for accessibility of more vulnerable populations to good health. The weakness of our health system will learn more from others and where there is a will, there is a way.

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FAMILY HEALTH AND DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (FAHEDEF)

NGO

Family Health and Development Foundation (FAHEDEF) will want to collaborate and Partner with Planetary Health Alliance in carrying out its planetary Health Activities, and by so doing will appreciate support in multiform from PHA like training of its staff, visiting our field work (Farms and providing advice and institutional support). We want to create clubs in schools and in the communities to better implement and promote planetary Health.

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Fiji National University

Academic Institution

Our institution trains Environmental Health Practitioners for the South Pacific Region and we aim to train future EH leaders who are passionate about our planet and promote the sustainability and livelihood of our environment. We will encourage our students to join the Next Generation network including those practitioners in the field. As the educator in Environmental Health, we will support planetary health education. We will also promote Clinicians for Planetary health and as affiliates to planetary health hope to establish a planetary health hub in our university.

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For A Healthy Society

NGO

We aim to create a better and healthier society through addressing health, education, social and economic challenges. By collaborating with the Planetary Health Alliance and networking with other organizations, it would be a great opportunity to learn and share resources to contribute to health and well-being of a human and the nature.

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FORETICA

NGO

At Forética we are firmly committed to the integration of social, environmental, ethical and good governance aspects into our strategy, management and development, environmental, ethical and good governance aspects in the strategy, management and development of our activity, while maintaining our activity, always maintaining coherence with our mission as an organization. Our values and commitments are articulated through partnerships with our stakeholders in order to raise awareness, disseminate and promote sustainability throughout our value chain. Collaborating with the planetary health community would be a further step in our commitment to the planet, to our goals and to our partners in order to move forward and generate a greater positive impact on both the environment and society.

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Francis of Assisi Academy for Planetary Health

Academic

Our mission is "to protect and restore the health and integrity of the Earth's ecosystem and the human familiy" (Rio Declaration on Environment and Development 1992). We promote Planetary Health inside the Catholic Church, Ecumenism and World Religions with a focus on education, universities and implementation.  We will build new bridges in the future between interfaith communities, world religions and the planetary health community based on the new  Joint Appeal - One family in a common home (Vatican, 4 October 2021).

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Friends of WHO Japan

NGO

Friends of WHO Japan is very pleased to join in the Planetary Health Alliance. The purposes of this Corporation is to disseminate the spirit of the World Health Organization (WHO) Charter and to promote health and wellbeing of the people of Japan and the world. We would like to promote planetary health in the sprit of primary health care and global health.

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Fundación Pondera

Foundation

We are thrilled to become a membership of the PHA. We are commited to the Alliance’s mission, vision and values and we are keen on advancing planetary health by engaging our work, projects, community in PHA initiatives and other planetary health efforts. As a future
member of PHA, we recognize that we w
ould like to participate in the growing community of planetary health.

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Gaples Institute

NGO

The Gaples Institute is a physician-led educational nonprofit with the mission of advancing the role of nutrition and lifestyle in medicine. The Gaples Institute offers programs that educate health professionals and the public about food choices that enhance both personal and planetary health. We enthusiastically embrace the mission of PHA and look forward to sharing our work with the planetary health community. We also see tremendous opportunity to collaboratively develop best practices that will motivate clinicians and their patients to appreciate the critical connection between diet and global health.


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Garrison Institute

NGO

The Garrison Institute is committed to applying the transformative power of contemplation to today’s pressing social and environmental concerns, helping build a more compassionate, resilient future. Working collaboratively with practitioners across diverse fields, the Institute develops and hosts retreats and symposia, produces research and publications, and provides a hub for ongoing learning networks. By collaborating with the Planetary Health Alliance we are committed to exploring how best to support and align ethical, economic and social systems that regenerate planetary health.

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George Mason Univ. Dept of Environmental Science and Policy

Academic Institution

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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https://esp.gmu.edu/
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Girawa

NGO

Girawa is building open-access educational resources that puts nature at the heart of STEM education. With a focus on planetary health, we cover topics such as nutrition, infectious diseases, ecology and engineering. We aim to improve educational curricula and offer an alternative perspective to build better societies that embrace rather than destroy nature. We hope to disseminate resources to as many countries as possible, regardless of how developed they are, and to encourage all communities and countries to act in a unified manner. We also aim to inspire future generations to pursue careers, such as scientists, engineers and economists, focusing on solving our planet's problems, and to empower them to enforce change in their communities and globally. We welcome collaborations with other planetary health organisations and academic institutions to improve the quality of our educational resources and to reach as many countries as possible. 

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Global Alliance on Health and Pollution

NGO

GAHP's goal is to reduce death and illness caused by all forms of toxic pollution, including air, water, soil and chemical wastes especially in low and middle-income countries. GAHP is working to improve planetary health for all by advocating on the global stage for increased attention and resources to prevent and mitigate pollution. GAHP also assists it members to take action to solve pollution problems on the ground. GAHP looks forward to engaging the Planetary health network directly, enhancing and furthering outreach efforts to ensure a sustainable world for all generations.


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Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education

University/Academic Institution

The GCCHE plans to incorporate planetary health along with climate and health into our work to ensure that 100% of health professionals are prepared and trained to respond to climate and environmental crisis. We plan to provide our member institutions with resources regarding planetary health and to incorporate planetary health into our training materials.

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Global Ecovillage Network

NGO

GEN’s Strategy to Change the World Vision The  Global Ecovillage Network envisions a world of empowered citizens and communities, designing and implementing their own pathways to a sustainable future, and building bridges of hope and international solidarity. Mission To innovate, catalyze, educate and advocate in global partnership with ecovillages and all those dedicated to the shift to a regenerative world. Goals To advance the education of individuals from all walks of life by sharing the experience and best practices gained from the networks of ecovillages and sustainable communities worldwide. To advance human rights, conflict resolution, and reconciliation by empowering local communities to interact globally, while promoting a culture of mutual acceptance and respect, effective communications, and cross-cultural outreach. To advance environmental protection globally by serving as a think tank, incubator, international partner organization, and catalyst for projects that expedite the shift to sustainable and resilient lifestyles. To advance citizen and community participation in local decision-making, influencing policy-makers, and educating the public, to accelerate the transition to sustainable living.

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Global Health Academy, The University of Edinburgh

Academic Institution

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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http://www.ed.ac.uk/global-health
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Global Health Asia Institute (GHAI)

NGO 

The Global Health Asia Institute (GHAI) is an action-oriented think tank hosted by the University of Mahidol (Faculty of Public Health). Located in Bangkok, the institute aims at balancing implementation and policy-oriented research, education and capacity building, sophisticated analysis and public outreach relating to cross-cutting sustainable development issues with a focus on health and environmental synergies.

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Global Health Institute, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Academic Institution

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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http://ghi.wisc.edu/
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Global Health Office, Dalhousie University Faculty of Medicine

Academic Institution

The Office of Community Partnerships and Global Health is a unit within Dalhousie University's Faculty of Medicine. We have recently established a community of practice in Planetary Health and lead interdisciplinary education activities under this thematic area. We are interested in building new partnerships to advance research and education in Planetary Health.

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GlobalPDX

NGO

GlobalPDX connects the Oregon-based global development community in an effort to magnify our collective impact on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. GlobalPDX is an enthusiastic member of the Planetary Health Alliance as our members serve families and communities in more than 100 countries through programs that contribute to the global Sustainable Development Goals to end all forms of poverty while protecting the planet. 

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Goddard College

Academic Institution

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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Good Food Program

NGO

Good Food Programme (GFP) is a non-profit learning organization that promotes human-animal-environmental wellbeing through research and evidence-based advocacy for the production and consumption of healthy, humane and eco-friendly alternatives to animal products.

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Granthan Institute

Research Institute

Drawing on expertise from across the College and beyond, our work focuses on understanding the mechanisms that drive environmental change and how these, in turn, impact on human health. We apply this knowledge to manage health risks by devising local solutions to help communities adapt to change, but also promoting evidence-based policy development at a regional and national level.

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Green Health Wales

Network

We are a network of health workers across Wales, in clinical and non-clinical roles that recognise the climate and ecological emergency is a health emergency. We aim to Connect, Learn & Transform; to connect across Wales, transcending geographical borders while supporting cross-departmental collaboration. We aim to learn more and empower everyone in the health and social care sector in Wales with the tools and knowledge to improve planetary health by transforming health and care to be climate smart and sustainable. We hope to learn more from the international community to help empower health workers in Wales with the knowledge to take action for Planetary Health.

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Greener Practice

NGO

Greener Practice is the UK primary care national sustainable healthcare network. We aim to empower primary care to transition to environmentally sustainable healthcare through a useful hub of information and resources for UK primary care and the development of local groups. We collaborate with  other organisations engaged with our aims using all  the resources in our network (such as offering education, coaching, leadership or collaboration on research/evaluation).

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Griffith University

Academic Institution

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

Academic Institution

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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https://www.uvm.edu/gund
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Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

Academic Institution

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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https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/
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Harvard University Center for the Environment

Academic Institution

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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http://environment.harvard.edu/
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Harverford College

Academic Institution

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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Health Care Without Harm

Governmental Body

Health Care Without Harm is an international NGO that works to transform healthcare worldwide so that it reduces its environmental footprint, becomes a community anchor for sustainability and a leader in the global movement for environmental health and justice. With regional offices and partner organisations in 10 countries and an international network of 36,000 hospitals and health centres in 58 countries, we leverage the health sector’s expertise, purchasing power, political clout, workforce development, and moral authority to create the conditions for healthy people, communities, and the environment.

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Health In Harmony

Governmental Body

Since 2007, Health In Harmony's approach brings integrated solutions to the interdependent challenges of human development and the preservation of our natural world. We radically listen to communities and help them design and execute community-directed solutions. In so doing, communities preserve their health, their livelihoods and their rainforests - the lungs of our planet. As a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, Health In Harmony contributes to planetary health research and education, and translates planetary health science into action through on-the-ground conservation and health solutions.

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Helen Keller International

NGO

Backed by the best available science and technical expertise, Helen Keller teams work with local partners across 13 countries of sub-Saharan Africa and 6 countries of South Asia and the Pacific to tackle malnutrition, neglected tropical diseases, and preventable blindness. We target health problems that disproportionally affect the world’s most vulnerable. Our Enhanced Homestead Food Production supports households to develop diversified plant and animal production systems to contribute to family health, but also uses techniques that enhance soils and habitat. The model has been evolving with new evidence over 30 years, and we are currently working to adapt it to be further regenerative of planetary health. Our neglected tropical disease program focuses largely on mass drug administration and we hope to engage more with prevention through understanding and mitigating environmental changes that drive vectors into contact with humans.

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Herbicide-Free Campus (HFC)

NGO

Seated at the crossroads of public health, the environment, and higher education, Herbicide-Free Campus (HFC) inspires university students to challenge the status quo and take action against practices harming both human and environmental health. Committed to ending our dependencies on synthetic herbicides and building a culture around safe and viable alternatives, HFC trains holistic environmental leaders to engage in direct action and community organizing on their campuses, in their communities, and across the nation. Integrating a planetary health approach, HFC strives to shift the way we manage landscapes, tend to the soil, and value the health of both the people and the planet alike.

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Humanity & Inclusion

NGO

Humanity & Inclusion is an independent and impartial aid organisation working alongside people with disabilities and vulnerable populations taking action and bearing witness in order to respond to their essential needs; Working on the social determinants of health in the communities’ environment; Promoting the right to health and health equity as part of Human Rights; Strengthening the adaptive capacity and resilience of vulnerable communities heavily affected by the sudden and gradual effects of climate change and environmental degradation; Working for prevention of Non-Communicable Diseases and Emerging Infectious Diseases.

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Humankind Group

Sustainable Programs Developer

Humankind Group incubates, develops and accelerates businesses that have the potential to significantly contribute to global climate objectives, decrease adverse environmental and human health impacts, increase food production, and enable equitable social and economic development opportunities. The organization was founded to improve the quality of all human life and the condition of our planet by bringing together governments, organizations, companies and individuals to contribute to the world’s near-term 2030 climate goals, and to develop longer-term solutions to problems threatening humanity and our planet.

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ICES

Governmental Body

The mission of ICES is to integrate the vast pools of knowledge contained within today's multitude of scientific and socio-economic specializations and to develop next generation 'holistic' modeling, simulation and visualizations that accurately depict the medium and long term future direction of planet Earth.

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IFMSA

Governmental Body

The International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations (IFMSA) is a non-partisan and not-forprofit organization recognized as one of the oldest and largest student-run organizations in the world. IFMSA was established in 1951 after the end of World War II to serve as a platform for unity, collaboration and peace among medical students. IFMSA currently has a broad representation of 133 member organizations from 123 countries across the world and works in close relation with several nongovernmental organizations globally. IFMSA has Health, Environment and Climate Change as a Global Priority, hosting activities and advocating on the subject. They are also leaders of the Climate-Health 2020 Vision aiming to include environmental health included in all medical curricula by 2020.

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Institut Pasteur

Research Institute

Founded in 1887 and based in France, the Institut Pasteur is an international research and education institute that is committed to advancing science, medicine and public health. The Institut Pasteur is a private, non-profit foundation with recognized charitable status entrusted with four core missions of public interest – research, education, the health of populations and people, and innovation development and technology transfer.

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Institute Bon Pasteur

Research Institute

Institute Bon Pasteur aims to improve public health by increasing resilience of our environment and socio-economic systems, strategically applying innovative eco-technological solutions and advancing education efforts. As a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, IBP engages local communities and pursues on-the-ground solutions to work towards a healthier population and environment.

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Institute for Advanced Studies, Universiti Malaya

Academic Institution

The Institute for Advanced Studies (IAS) Universiti Malaya will be able to commit our effort to understanding and addressing global environmental change and its health impact, subject to availability of time and resources. In keeping with the function of IAS to offer multidisciplinary programmes and niche area programmes, it is the intent of IAS to support the dissemination of new research and development of educational materials on planetary health; through collaborating and committing resources not only to the alliance members, but also to other interested and qualified parties for academic and research purposes.

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Institute for Circumpolar Health Research (ICHR)

Research Institute

Located in Canada’s north, the Institute for Circumpolar Health Research (ICHR) is an independent research organization devoted to health research relevant to the circumpolar regions and their people.

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Institute for Sustainability and Energy at Northwestern University

Academic Institution

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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Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (CNR-ISAC)

Research Institute

The Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (CNR-ISAC) promotes and develops an integrated scientific understanding of the atmosphere, the ocean and their processes, through a multidisciplinary approach. As member of Planetary Health Alliance, the institute will continue to produce cutting-edge science and research on climate and its impacts, with the aim of sharing best practices with members of the Alliance. Furthermore, it is our goal to promote training initiatives for doctors and paediatricians in Planetary health.

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Instituto de Investigaciones en Recursos Naturales, Agroecología y Desarrollo Rural (IRNAD)

Research Institute

We will collaborate through the design of sustainable agricultural systems and rural and urban environments.

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Instituto Pardês Ecopsicologia

Academic Institution

The Pardês Institute of Ecopsychology is committed to collaborate in the dissemination of PHA through its training activities and workshops focused on nature-based-experiential learning, especially in the areas of promoting mental health and helping to build a healthier, fairer and more supportive planet for all its inhabitants.

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InteraAmerican Center for Global Health (CISG)

Academic Institution

The InteraAmerican Center for Global Health (CISG) prepares leaders with the skills required to give ethical, sustainable, and just solutions to the global and local health challenges of today and tomorrow. Through our alliance with the Planetary Health Alliance, we hope to expand the understanding of health and unravel the complexity of planetary health bringing different sectors together into new impactful collaborations.
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International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh

Research Institute

Based in Dhaka, Bangladesh, we are committed to solving public health problems facing low- and middle-income countries through innovative scientific research – including laboratory-based, clinical, epidemiological and health systems research. By developing, testing and assessing the implementation of interventions specifically designed for resource-poor settings, we aim to improve the health and wellbeing of people living in the world’s poorest nations.

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International Futures Forum

NGO

International Futures Forum is an educational charity which aims to help people thrive in the 21st century. Using theory and practice developed over 20 years, IFF supports all ages to contribute to making a difference in the face of all that gets in the way of making a difference. We are delighted to collaborate with the Planetary Health Alliance, supporting those who are making the journey of system transition to enable future generations to thrive, not just survive.

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International Pharmaceutical Students' Federation

NGO

IPSF is the leading international advocacy organisation for pharmacy and pharmaceutical science students founded in 1949. IPSF represents over 500,000 pharmacy students and recent graduates from over 100 countries worldwide. We promote improved public health through the provision of information, education, and networking opportunities as well as a range of publications and professional activities. IPSF is committed to making positive steps to encorporate planetary health, climate action and the environmental theme within the Public Health sector.

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Irish Doctors for the Environment

Governmental Body

Irish Doctors for the Environment (IDE) is a group of enthusiastic clinicians in Ireland who have come together to raise awareness, change policy, and educate the public on issues of planetary health. Our aim and vision at IDE is to develop a broad bank of resources on the relationship of environment health and human health, along with a monthly newsletter for members of the public and clinicians. We seek to become a cornerstone for networks and collaborations from all fields of planetary health within Ireland, and we call on clinicians to join us.

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Islamic Medical Association of North America (IMANA)

NGO 

Throughout 2020, IMANA will roll out a comprehensive sustainability plan that dedicates resources towards reducing our carbon footprint. Our commitment to greening the entire organization includes shifting to more energy efficient building operations at our office headquarters, offsetting international flights for Islamic Medical Relief missions by planting trees, and contracting with eco-conscious caterers for large events following the end of social distancing later on in 2020, insha’Allah.We call on government, business, and civil society leaders and candidates for elected office to recognize climate change as a health emergency and to prioritize the actions in this Climate, Health and Equity Policy Action Agenda.

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Italian Association of Lifestyle Medicine

NGO

The Italian Association of Lifestyle Medicine - ILAM is a non governmental, non-profit, independent scientific organization led by physicians, health professionals and other social agents to advance evidence-based lifestyle medicine as the fundamental approach to assist individuals and communities in modifying behaviors to promote physical, mental, social and spiritual well-being, as well as planetary health. Our mission is to present the evidence that the dietary pattern that best preserves both human and planetary health is based on minimally processed, whole plant foods grown using sustainable and restorative agricultural practices. The ILAM also seeks to provide educational opportunities for those who want to restore human and planetary health, create resilient, healthy communities and help transform current policy that favors high cost medical care, industrial agricultural and food production systems over people and the environment.

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Long Island University, Department of Public Health

Academic Institution

The LIU Department of Public Health seeks to provide cutting-edge, science-based solution to the ongoing convergent climate change and public health crises. The department includes training in Planetary Health in its CEPH-accredited curriculum, fosters participation in PHA meetings, seminars and workshops and, most of all, conducts innovative research in climate science and public health. Our students are eager to take up the challenge of a more sustainable and healthy world.

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The IDEC Institute, Hiroshima University

Academic Institution

The IDEC Institute, Hiroshima University aims to establish a global interdisciplinary research center that links the disciplines of research on peace, science, engineering, agriculture and health sciences. For tackling various planetary health issues, we will implement the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) from the aspect of education and research by promoting flexible and innovative transdisciplinary research and providing a place for technological innovation.

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Ärztinnen und Ärzte für Umweltschutz / Médecins en faveur de l'Environnement

NGO

Our organisation works to improve human health by protecting the environment, campaigning for action on pollution and climate change, and promoting solutions with health benefits. We seek to better understand how the environment affects human health, and to inform the public, policy makers and health professionals on a range of environmental health issues.

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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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