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Mongabay

NGO

Mongabay will expand its coverage of planetary health issues through our global news reporting across multiple languages. Beyond our core audiences that visit our websites and social media channels, the reach of this content -- including articles and video -- will be amplified by syndication via third party media outlets. We'll track the quantitative and qualitative impacts of this reporting to understand how journalism can contribute to on-the-ground change.

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Reap Goodness

NGO

This body of members (PHA) deserves the right to collaborate for planetary fitness. We charge ahead to do so with them for the sake of spreading knowledge about how to quickly restore Earth to is former health by engaging with one another formally. That is, through sharing training that we develop to bring the various members and their communities into a space of internal collaboration in all possible locales worldwide. Such collaboration will result in planetary adoption of proven techniques with understandable training and its quality distribution to all who wish for a healed planet.

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IRC

NGO

We catalyse change on the ground – in partner districts in our eight focus countries. We bring lessons learned to national capitals and global organisations, networks and decision-makers. We ensure that those lessons positively impact the strategies, investments and development of resilient systems in water, sanitation and hygiene systems.

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Italian Institute for Planetary Health - s.c.r.l.

Research Institute

Italian Institute for Planetary Health or IIPH is an institute with an international scope that aims to safeguard human health while also keeping our planet in good health.

The Institute aims to quickly become a national and international reference center in the field of Planetary Health for research and training. Particular attention is paid to two main issues: the relationship between healthiness and sustainability of food and the effects of climate change on human health.


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JSI Research & Training Institute

Governmental Body

JSI / JSI R&T has worked at the intersections of environmental health, population/reproductive health, water and sanitation and healthy communities throughout its 40-year history and we are dedicated to realizing the most effective programming by bringing in the knowledge and experience of peer organizations working in academia, research, policy and implementation. JSI contributes to the Planetary Health Alliance by connecting academics and researchers with field-based programs working in a variety of areas, including nutrition, global food security, a wide range of global health issues (family planning/reproductive health, infectious diseases, nutrition, WASH, among others).

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K8 Institut für strategische Ästhetik

Research Institute

With roots in the holism of arts-and-culture approaches, K8 has from the beginning embedded questions of innovation in the broader context of a collaborative engagement with environmental, social, and economic transformation. We explore planetary health to facilitate the co-creation of viable socio-technological systems and work with others to imagine new forms of collective agency and intelligence.

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Keele University School of Medicine

Academic Institution 

The Keele School of Medicine, working with our wider university are developing research programmes and curricula for health and students that are aiming to improve the awareness and knowledge of our staff, students and wider health and care partnerships. We are committed to working towards a more sustainable health and care system and are looking to collaborate globally with partners with expertise in this area as together we can make a bigger difference.

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Khazar University

Academic Institution 

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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KLUG: Deutsche Allianz Klimawandel und Gesundheit e.V.

NGO

We have founded a Planetary Health Academy and had a first large scale Planetary Health online Lecture series from May -July 2020. We will continue this work. We participate in a growing transdisciplinary network in German speak  countries related to Planetary Health.

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Kumamoto University

Academic Institution

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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LBG Open Innovation in Science Center

Research Center

The LBG Open Innovation in Science Center is committed to advance planetary health in Austria, by supporting transdisciplinary research with civil society involvement in planetary health. For this goal, we cooperate with Austrian research organizations, funding agencies and policy makers, to create support and training to make the Austrian research and health system oriented toward planetary health solutions. The LBG OIS Center also supports projects around the topics of health and sustainability.

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Living Laudato Si' Philippines

NGO

Living Laudato Si' Philippines believes that the health of our peoples depend on the health of our planet which all life and livelihoods come from. The interconnectedness of each living and non-living things contirubute to the overall well-being of humanity. It is necessary to bring back the equilibrium, the balance of the wild ecosystems and the lives which depend on them.


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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Academic Institution 

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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Maastricht University - UCV

Academic Institution 

The growing awareness of the health risks of the changes in the Earth's natural systems calls for further research into the interdependencies of linked human and natural systems. The causal links between environmental change and human health are complex because they are often indirect, displaced in space and time, and dependent on a number of changing forces. Current research at UM integrates and models the development of climate change solutions with health risks and other challenges for local communities. UM also models and analyzes local ecosystem services in combination with health effects. We do this through integrated modelling, GIS approaches and big data analysis. Obtaining a thorough and integrated understanding of this complex and still undervalued nexus nature-human, and critically evaluating suitable solutions, will be necessary in the coming years, and will form the core of this research cluster at Maastricht University.

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MacEwan Faculty of Nursing

Academic Institution

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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Madagascar Health and Environmental Research

Governmental Body

Madagascar Health and Environmental Research (MAHERY) is one of the members of the PHA who help to contribute data that span the intersection of the food security and nutritional impacts of ecosystem transformation in Madagascar. These data and frameworks for research application can be used by other PHA members and the results are useful for policy makers.

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