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Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Academic Institution

The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health is committed to improving the health and lives of local and global communities. Increasingly, that means taking into account the human health implications of the global Earth crisis and contributing to our understanding of and response to Planetary Health challenges. We are committed to working with the PHA to develop new educational resources, advance research objectives, and explore new policy interventions to strengthen the global field of Planetary 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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Kamu Araştırmaları Vakfı (KAV)

NGO

In our own network or community, we plan to raise awareness about the importance of planetary health through educational campaigns and public outreach programs. By organizing seminars, workshops, and training sessions, we aim to educate individuals and organizations about sustainable practices that can protect the environment and human health.

We intend to actively participate in collaborative projects and initiatives Within the global Planetary Health Alliance community. We will contribute our expertise, research findings, and practical solutions to address planetary health challenges on a larger scale. Through knowledge-sharing and networking opportunities, we seek to foster cooperation among members, exchange best practices, and collectively advance Planetary Health.


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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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Lung Care Foundation

Non-Profit Organization

Invest in capacity building or people representing the medical profession, academia, media, youth, civil society, and multiple small and medium-level organizations representing the grassroots.
Conduct research and disseminate the findings for contribution towards strategy and policy formulation.

Gain and share international experience and expertise with current and prospective stakeholders in India.


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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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Makerere College of Computing and Information Science

Academic Institution 

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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Malaria No More

NGO

Malaria No More envisions a world where no one dies of a mosquito bite. More than a decade into or mission, our work has contributed to historic progress toward this goal. Now, we're mobilizing the political commitment, funding, and innovation required to achieve what would be on of the greatest humanitarian accomplishments - ending malaria within our generation.

To do that, we need to look outside infectious disease interventions only. Climate change is harming the world’s health more rapidly and severely than we ever knew, introducing new complexity to health systems around the world. The harmful effects of climate change on efforts to eliminate malaria have been evident for years. Rising temperatures, changing rainfall patterns and extreme weather events complicate efforts to control the disease, and put many millions more at risk of illness and death.

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Maranhao State University

Academic Institution

Be a PHA member will strengthen the University’s sustainability actions and Agenda 2030 support by engaging our work, studies, or community in PHA initiatives and other Planetary Health efforts.

Our University wants to improve our participation in the growing community of Planetary Health.

We desire to act as changemakers toward a healthier future.


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Margaret Pyke Trust

Governmental Body 

The Margaret Pyke Trust promotes sexual and reproductive health and rights as a critical element of sustainable development, and therefore the inherent links between human and environmental health. We contribute to the Planetary Health community through providing expertise and sharing learnings around the roles of reproductive health, family planning, and community-led solutions in Planetary Health.  

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MEDBOX

NGO

The online library MEDBOX (www.medbox.org) aims at improving lives and livelihoods by providing open-access, hands-on information and documents for health care workers, public health professionals and beyond. With a Planetary Health Toolbox, MEDBOX will provide a collection of relevant, best practice documents to support people all around the world working in this field.

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Medical Entomology Research Group - Butantan Institute / Butantan Fundation (Instituto Butantan / Fundação Butantan)

Research Group

Together, we at ENTOMED RESEARCH GROUP (Laboratory of Zoological Collection, Butantan Institute / Fundation), have been developing morphological and biodiversity studies related to several insect orders, mainly those of medical interest, always based on One Health concept. Currently, researchs of mosquito pathogen-vectors and moth catterpilars are in progress. In addition, with the view that scientific research should not be limited to the walls of the institution, we also develop educational and scientific dissemination projects. In this way, we can discover and spread knowledge about the wide and fantastic world of medical important insects. Our team is made up of researchers, who with their unique experiences, seek daily to make ENTOMED RESEARCH GROUP a special place to work.

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MGH Center for the Environment and Health

The Mass General Hospital Center for the Environment and Health works with leadership at Massachusetts General Hospital to integrate environmental sustainability into the clinical, research and educational activities of the hospital, and to improve the environmental health of the hospital, as well as the health and well-being of the communities we serve and beyond. As a partner with PHA, we aim to collaborate with others globally in these efforts.

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MGH Institute of Health Professions

University/Academic Institution

As a health professions graduate school, the MGH Institute of Health Professions’ overall vision looks to improve health outcomes and equity through innovative education and research. Across this work, we aim to incorporate Planetary Health in all aspects of our campus experience through practices and policies focused on environmental sustainability and integration of climate change within the curriculum. We look to collaborate with the PHA to spread awareness of Planetary Health and expand the resources available for increasing education on Planetary Health to enable healthcare professions to help address the health consequences of climate change.

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Migrant Clinicians Network

Governmental Body

Migrant Clinicians Network is a global nonprofit organization focused on providing practical solutions at the intersection of vulnerability, migration, and health. We directly serve anyone with an ongoing health need who, because of their vulnerabilities, may be lost to follow-up as a result of the choice to migrate or forced displacement, from temporary, migrant, and year-round farmworkers and dairy workers, to people forced from their homes after a climate disaster or fleeing from disease, violence, or economic instability in their hometowns. As the climate crisis intensifies, more people will be forced into vulnerable conditions that jeopardize their health.

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Monash Sustainable Development Institute (MSDI) at Monash University

Academic Institution 

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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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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Munich Science Communication Lab

Research Institute

The Munich Science Communication Lab is dedicated to further the understanding of communicating Planetary Health. We are a part of the Planetary Health community, to make sure that we are looking into the right questions, and that our findings are implemented in the way the Planetary Health community communicates in the public.

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Médecins du Monde Belgium

Non-Profit Organization

MdM Belgium incorporates Planetary Health into its work through the development of One Health projects in Niger and Democratic Republic of Congo to comprehensively grasp human-animal-ecosystem interactions. We collaborate with animal scientists, environmental scientists as well as local actors (community leaders, health professionals, women, children, farmers, and livestock keepers) to mitigate vulnerabilities caused by climate exposurers, and  enhancing resilience in the face of climate crises, especially concerning zoonotic diseases, and antimicrobial resistance. We wish to create an innovative consortium of professionals, and creating trusting relationships with the locals through active community engagement.

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Médecins Sans Frontiers

NGO

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Nagasaki University

Academic Institution

We at Nagasaki University aim to coexist with the earth through our research and activities related to the global environment and ecosystems, with an emphasis on sustainability. We believe it is necessary to educate people to have a planetary-health mindset in the pursuit of inquiry to mobilize questions and move toward the answers.

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National Academy of Medicine of Brazil

NGO

The National Academy of Medicine, with its membership that includes some of the biggest names in science and national medicine, joins the Planetary Health Alliance to collaborate primarily in disseminating knowledge and monitoring the effects of climate and planetary changes on the human health. Through its scientific events, publications and the wide reach of its actions in Brazil, the National Academy of Medicine will act as a disseminator of true scientific information and in the interface with the Brazilian population and Latin America as a whole.

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National Cheng Kung University

Academic Institution

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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National Malaria Elimination & Aedes Transmitted Disease Control Program (NME & ATD CP)

Government Entity 

The mission of National Malaria Elimination Program under Disease Control Division of Directorate General of Health Services, Mohakhali, Dhaka is to achieve the malaria free status within 2030 which will increase the well being of the human being of malaria endemic zones. It will be aligned with the Planetary Health Alliance.

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National Research Council (CNR) of Italy - Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (ISAC)

Research Institute

The Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate of the National research Council of Italy (CNR-ISAC) promotes and develops an integrated scientific understanding of the atmosphere, the ocean and their processes, through a multidisciplinary approach. One of the major research topics of CNR-ISAC is the study of the impact of natural and anthropogenic events on human environment, health and cultural heritage.
This is the context where CNR-ISAC works on the development of new evidence-based methodologies exploring the impact on Planetary Health of the degradation of the atmosphere, with a one-health approach. The focus is on the study of the interactions between the degradation of the atmosphere and all the planetary boundaries relevant for Planetary Health, including specifically aerosols, pollutants and air quality, climate change, and biodiversity, in hot spots such as urban areas.


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National University of Medical Sciences

Academic Institution 

By collaborating with the Planetary Health Alliance community, we hope to contribute to the Pakistani community for bringing change and diverse perspectives to Planetary Health. Engaging the youth and early career professionals to work towards better world.

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National University of Singapore, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine

Academic Institution

The Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine at the National University of Singapore is committed to transforming medicine to be sustainable and climate-resilient, in pursuit of inspiring health for all. We bring together faculty, students and stakeholders to develop Planetary Health and healthcare decarbonization research, education and implementation. As a top university and leading medical school in Asia, and being the interface between academia and practice in the National University Health System of Singapore, we are well-placed to translate research to action for the region and beyond.

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Native Arts and Heritage Academy Nepal

Academic / University

We are aiming to mainstreaming native skill, arts and culture in the education which includes the inclusive green growth approach. Promoting native science is itself a pillar of the Planetary Health. Promoting Knowledge Economy through Native Skill, Arts and Culture is our motto. So, we will explore the possible collaboration with the PHA members and communities.
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NatureServe

Governmental Body

NatureServe provides authoritative knowledge about threatened biodiversity in the Americas. We focus on nearly 1/3 of the planet's lands and freshwaters, including 7 of the 17 megadiverse countries. With approximately one billion people in 35 countries, the Americas share similar pressures that threaten the health of their species, ecosystems, and human populations. NatureServe delivers conservation data and analyses that help mitigate the negative impacts of human activities and maintain the health and functioning of ecosystem services crucial to all species.

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Naturopathic Doctors for Environmental and Social Trust (NEST)

NGO

Naturopathic Doctors for Environmental and Social Trust (NEST) is dedicated to promoting the health of all living beings, communities and the environment through sustainable and socially conscious strategies. Members are guided by naturopathic principles, and join NEST as an act of service to the wider world.

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Nexleaf

Governmental Body

At Nexleaf, our mission is to preserve human life and protect our planet by designing sensor technologies, generating data analytics, and advocating for data-driven solutions to global challenges. Health and climate change interventions all around the world are plagued by a lack of data. 

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Non Toxic Communities

NGO

Non Toxic Communities promotes and supports organic land care practices that protect water and air and regenerate soil, creating healthy green spaces for recreation and play. A healthy planet means healthy people. We are excited about this opportunity to collaborate with other organizations that value and prioritize ways to enhance protections of our planet and its inhabitants.

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Nordson Green Earth Foundation

NGO

Nordson Green Earth Foundation strives to improve tree equity by establishing tiny native forests and other greenspaces in the Chicagoland area--because we feel all communities deserve trees and the health, climate and social benefits they provide. Our projects use only native species which encourages natural ecology and biodiversity. In addition, our forests (by way of the Miyawaki method for native urban forest planting) reach maturity in a few decades as opposed to a few centuries. For this reason, they are a timely solution that can combat heat island and flooding effects as well as boost mental health in areas historically excluded from green infrastructure investments. We aim to collaborate with the Planetary Health community by sharing knowledge and gaining wisdom about rewilding methodology, greenspace creation and community engagement around climate action.


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Northeast Wilderness Trust

NGO

By permanently protecting wild forests and waters, Northeast Wilderness Trust is working towards a world of vitality, abundance, and resilience in both natural and human communities. This work is primarily achieved through wilderness conservation and stewardship but also includes: local, regional, and global partnerships; outreach and media; on-the-ground community engagement; and relationships with research teams. The Wilderness Trust looks forward to collaborating with the Planetary Health Alliance community to further the role of wilderness as an essential ingredient to the health and happiness of human and more-than-human beings, in our region and beyond.

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Nova Institute for Health

NGO

The Nova Institute for Health is a heart-centered think tank that takes action for the good of people, places, and the planet. Our mission is to catalyze new ideas in health, explore the complex network of factors that influence health, and promote the well-being of individuals, communities, and the planet. Our vision is of a world where health is valued as our most basic and essential asset and where people, places, and the planet flourish for the benefit of all. We are building on our focus on “person health” and the context of peoples' lives and communities (places) as well as the health of the planet we all share, because they are all interconnected. This transdisciplinary focus on Planetary Health is reflected in the work of our Scholars and Fellows and our forums, demonstration projects, and outreach. 

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Obrobibini Peace Complex (OPC)

NGO

Obrobibini Peace Complex (OPC) are united people from the Global South and the Global North who develop holistic learning centres for a new generation of regenerative leaders. We develop and apply transdisciplinary knowledge to inspire actions motivated by wisdom and compassion for our common Mother Earth and its living beings. In our two centres in Ghana, we offer practical education in the areas of organic agriculture, food processing (shelf life, value addition), herbal medicine, natural sanitation, proper waste management and renewable energy. We are looking forward to new contacts and collaborations with members of the PHA network and invite you all to our centres in Ghana if you happen to pass through, Akwaaba!

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OHSU-PSU School of Public Health

Academic Institution

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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OMEP (World Organisation for Early Childhood Education)

Governmental Body

OMEP (World Organisation for Early Childhood Education) Cameroon defends and promotes children's rights, with special emphasis on education and care worldwide and a commitment to Planetary Health. We are committed to open dialogue, sharing of information, collaborating on projects, and working to advance Planetary Health.

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One Health Institute at UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

Academic Institution

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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One Health Platform

Governmental Body

The One Health Platform is a strategic forum of stakeholders and a scientific reference network that aims to enhance understanding of and preparedness for current and future outbreaks of zoonoses, emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases in humans and animals and antimicrobial resistance. This includes the ecological and environmental factors which drive and impact on these diseases. We commit to collaborating with the Planetary Health Alliance to raise awareness about the need for an integrated approach to complex health challenges

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One Sustainable Health for All Foundation

NGO

The One Sustainable Health for All foundation aims to bring different stakeholders and networks together, including from the Planetary Health sector, to develop programmes and policies acting towards One Sustainalble Health. This mission is illustrated by an international, collaborative and inclusive effort to coordinate projectsand initiatives working towards the same goal which is universal and sustainable health for all.

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OpEPA - Organización para la Educación y Protección Ambiental

NGO

OpEPA aims to reconnect people to the Earth to accelerate the transition to sustainable and regenerative cultures. OpEPA contributes to the mission and work of the Planetary Health Alliance by highlighting the importance of nature-based education for Planetary Health and providing approaches to incorporate it into the healing and restoring our living system.

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OrcaSong Institute

NGO

The OrcaSong Institute (OSI) is a non-profit educational organization located in the Pacific Northwest United States based on Orcas Island, Washington that cultivates leadership in eco-social change movements. OSI aims to address the climate crisis and systemic ecological concerns through educational programming, supporting community resilience, and fostering collaborative partnerships both locally and beyond.

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Oregon State University College of Public Health and Human Sciences

Academic Institution

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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Orissa State Volunteers and Social Workers Association (OSVSWA)

NGO

OSVSWA as an NGO has been working on many important issues since last more than 4 decades, which includes the activities of Planetary Health like nature and natural resource management, food culture, forest and climate change, and toxics hazard management. By collaborating with Planetary Health Alliance, OSVSWA will be able to achieve the common goal of both the organizations in the state of Odisha in India.

 
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Osher Center for Integrative Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School

Academic Institution

The Osher Center for Integrative Medicine is a collaboration between Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. It is focused on enhancing human health, resilience and quality of life through translational research, clinical practice and education in integrative medicine. Our integrative view of health is holistic and emphasizes interconnections between mind and body, across physiological systems, and with natural and social environments. We have created a new Planetary Health program line at the Osher Center to support the creation of and collaboration on programs at the interface of integrative medicine and Planetary Health. We are interested in establishing connections with other organizations also working in the Integrative medicine and Planetary Health space to promote Planetary Health education and communications and explore synergies and potential areas of collaboration.

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O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law atGeorgetown University

Academic Institution

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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Parkers Mobile Clinic

NGO

Parkers Mobile Clinic incorporates Planetary Health in its work through family planning advocacy and advocacy for population control. We aim to collaborate with the Planetary Health community through advocacy, networking and resource mobilization.


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Pathfinder International

Governmental Body

Pathfinder International is driven by the conviction that all people, regardless of where they live, have the right to decide whether and when to have children, to exist free from fear and stigma, and to lead the lives they choose.

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PHE Ethiopia Consortium

Governmental Body

The PHE Ethiopia Consortium is committed to sustainable development in Ethiopia, and as a member of the Planetary Health Alliance, contributes to Planetary Health research and policy projects, strengthens the presence of Planetary Health in the media, and helps to expand regional and international involvement in the Planetary Health community.

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Philippine Academy of Family Physicians

Governmental Body

The Philippine Academy of Family Physicians is one of largest medical specialty organizations under the umbrella of the Philippine Medical Association. It is the specialty organization of Family Medicine specialists — primary care physicians dedicated to providing holistic, accessible, continuous, comprehensive, family-centered, coordinated, compassionate and culturally-effective health care.


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PIVOT

Governmental Body

In partnership with communities in resource-poor areas, PIVOT combines accessible and comprehensive health care services with rigorous scientific research to save lives and break cycles of poverty and disease.


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PlaHNet of Young Professionals

Nonprofit

PlaHNet is a network that envisions to get young professionals in every sector involved in Planetary Health through education, advocacy, creativity and collaborations. Our mission is to help young professionals thrive in their professions and life-long passions in a manner that is sustainable and planet-responsible. We believe that increasing their awareness about Planetary Health will help pave the way towards a sustainable future. We look forward to becoming part of the PHA family!


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Planet Bambi - Gisela and Theo Grabowski Foundation

NGO

The Planet Bambi Foundation is committed to integrating the principles of planetary health into our core activities, focusing on the intersection of human health and environmental stewardship. Our initiatives, including educational workshops, community-based conservation efforts, and development of green spaces, embody this commitment. We aim to collaborate with the Planetary Health Alliance by sharing our experiences, learning from global best practices, and contributing to the broader planetary health community's efforts to promote sustainable living and environmental consciousness. This collaboration is a step towards a more harmonious coexistence between humanity and our planet.

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Planet Indonesia

NGO

We wish to collaborate in the Planetary Health Alliance to participate in a growing global movement of environmental organizations integrating healthcare strategies into community-based conservation initiatives. We hope to both share what we have learned, and learned from other partners, in order to improve health-environment practices around the globe.


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

Academic Institution

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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Planetary Health Equity Hothouse

Academic Institution 

The Planetary Health Equity Hothouse addresses three major and interconnected challenges – poor health, social inequality and climate change. The cycle of Planetary Health inequity is aggravated by the global consumptogenic system, which is characterised by institutions, policies, commercial activities, norms and behaviours that encourage and reward excessive production and consumption of fossil fuel-reliant goods and services that are unhealthy and inequitably valued and distributed.  The goal of the Hothouse is to generate new knowledge about how to transform the consumptogenic system towards PHE goals. We do this through a governance-focused study: examining the political economy of the consumptogenic system and Planetary Health inequity; identifying the necessary inter-sectoral policies and business practices to promote Planetary Health equity across economic, food and energy systems; revealing how powerful actors, ideas and institutions enable or hinder the development of intersectoral policy and business practices that advance PHE, and ultimately we will identify strategies that socially-oriented actors can use to promote PHE goals. We welcome cross disciplinary, cross sectoral and cross boundary collaboration in research, education and engagement.

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Planetary Health For All

NGO

Planetary Health for All is a program in Singapore funded by US State Department. We are believers in education especially among youth, and allow them to be agents of change. In order to mold perspectives and allow them to gain exposure to Planetary Health early, understand its implications in the Singapore context, develop solutions to it through design thinking and innovation, and gain early interest in collaborative efforts to promote Planetary Health, “Planetary Health for All” was conceived. We hope to scale this regionally and learn about best practices and past experiences in other parts of the world, both regionally and globally.

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Planetary Health Hub the Netherlands

NGO

Planetary Health Hub the Netherlands is a diverse group of Dutch health care professionals including doctors, nurses, scientists, teachers and students, who are working both in the national and international field. Our mission is to protect the near future on behalf of all children in the world and generations to come. We strive for an exponential acceleration of the crucial transition to a sustainable and healthy society and healthcare sector and for increasing our collective resilience through effective adaptation strategies in a rapidly changing world. We achieve our goals by: 

CONNECTING Planetary Health initiatives within healthcare and the rest of society. 
STRENGTHENING Sharing Planetary Health knowledge with other (health) organizations and professionals through conferences, workshops, podcasts and lectures.
ACCELERATING By dialogue and advocacy.

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Planetary Health Philippines (PH^2)

NGO

Planetary Health Philippines or PH2 is a community of Filipino advocates, scholars, and practitioners for advancing the new discipline of Planetary Health in the Philippines. PH2 is interdisciplinary, intersectoral, intergenerational, and international, consisting of Filipinos based in the Philippines and from around the world. Together, we will cultivate Planetary Health stewardship among Filipinos through education and awareness raising; showcase ideas and innovations that push boundaries and build bridges; shape the country’s national policy and research agenda; provide a platform for creative synergies and futures-oriented solutions; and forge international collaborations to contribute to the healing and renewal of the world.

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Planetary Health Report Card

NGO

The Planetary Health Report Card (PHRC), established in 2019, is a student-led initiative evaluating planetary health content in health professional schools globally. Through a metric-based approach, PHRC engages student teams to assess institutions, foster improvements, and track progress, publishing results annually on Earth Day. Expanding rapidly, PHRC has evaluated 100+ health professional schools across 15 nations. Collaborating with planetary health and sustainability experts, PHRC aims to inspire engagement in planetary health education and sustainable healthcare, fostering a healthier future for both patients and the planet.

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Plant-Based Canada

NGO

Plant-Based Canada is a non-profit organization dedicated to the well-being of humans, the environment and all its life forms. Our mission is to educate the public and health professionals on the evidence-based benefits of plant-based whole food nutrition for individual and Planetary Health. We wish to support and collaborate with like-minded organizations to strengthen advocacy efforts around the globe.


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Plant-Based Health Professionals UK

NGO

PBHP UK supports citizens to transition to a healthy plant-based diet. We provide education and advocacy in the UK. We educate healthcare professionals so they can support their patients and clients to adopt a healthy plant based diet. We aim to collaborate with the Planetary Health community to make plant based diet the default in healthcare institutions.

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Polynesian Voyaging Society's (PVS)

Governmental Body

The Polynesian Voyaging Society's (PVS) mission is to perpetuate the art and science of traditional Polynesian voyaging and the spirit of exploration through experiential educational programs that inspire students and their communities to respect and care for themselves, each other, and their natural and cultural communities.  Our voyaging canoes journey around the world to discover and strengthen a global community working to save our Earth and oceans.  By collaborating with the Planetary Health Alliance, PVS hopes to contribute to the wave of action toward an environmentally and culturally thriving world.


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Population Media Center (PMC)

Governmental Body

Population Media Center (PMC) combines entertaining fictional stories, aired on TV and radio, with science-driven behavior change techniques. PMC collaborates with the Planetary Health Alliance in communications, focusing on best practices in behavior change communications for Planetary Health. PMC also contributes to the evidence base for informing policy solutions for coincident human health and environmental conservation interventions.


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Potohar Organization for Development Advocacy (PODA)

Governmental Body

PODA has been working for the promotion and protection of human rights in rural areas of Pakistan since 2003. PODA’s vision is of a democratic society based on gender equity, economic justice, and human rights where all citizens can enjoy the “Right to Development.” PODA also works on awareness and implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). PODA’s mission is to build a peaceful society by facilitating the empowerment of rural women, youth and marginalized groups through programs in education, sustainable livelihood skills, legal literacy and human rights advocacy.
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Praboromarajchanok Institute

Academic Institution 

Our Mission is "to promote, lead transdisciplinary field of Planetary Health and its diverse science, solutions, and communities to achieve SDGs"  Our concepts and aims are to 1) encourage and empower public health with a diverse health community that crosses disciplines of health sciences; 2) to facilitate the education and training of young generation through the development and open-access resources, mentorship and leadership opportunities, and programs from primary to university levels; and 3) to promote actionable steps for Planetary Health sciences, implementation and solutions through public outreach and engagement with stakeholders.


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PRB

Governmental Body

PRB's vision is a world in which decisionmakers improve the health and well-being of all people through evidence-based policies and practices. To further this vision, we inform people around the world about population, health, and the environment. We also empower people to use this information to advance the well-being of current and future generations.


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Primate Conservation Alliance

Governmental Body

Primate Conservation Alliance, founded and led by Colin Chapman, attempts to promote primate conservation globally. We focus on the union between human health and conservation, as providing health services and conservation education to local communities bordering parks is a win-win effort. We focus on Kibale National Park in Uganda and are expanding our efforts to China and Mexico.


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Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation

Governmental Body

The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation is dedicated to the protection of the environment and the promotion of sustainable development on a global scale. The Foundation supports initiatives of public and private organizations, in the fields of research and studies, technological innovation and socially-aware practices. The Foundation supports projects in three main geographical zones and focuses its efforts focus on three main areas. 


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Project Drawdown

NGO

Founded in 2014, Project Drawdown is a nonprofit organization that seeks to help the world reach "Drawdown" - the future point in time when levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere stop climbing and start to steadily decline. We are a leading resource for information and insight about climate solutions. We contribute to the Planetary Health community through sharing expertise and learning about how to move climate solutions forward as quickly safely, and equitably as possible.

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Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA)

Governmental Body

The Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) recognises the primacy of ecosystem processes to human wellbeing. Through research, education and advocacy, it promotes the ecological and social conditions which determine societal and personal health, and works to protect and prevent damage to the natural environment.


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Public Health Foundation of India

NGO

The Public Health Foundation of India looks forward to advancing the research, capacity building and advocacy in environmental and Planetary Health with the Planetary Health Alliance and PHA Community.

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Pure Earth

Governmental Body

Our mission is to identify and clean up the poorest communities throughout the developing world where high concentrations of toxins have devastating health effects.  Pure Earth devises clean-up strategies, empowers local champions and secures support from national and international partnerships.  Cleaning up one community at a time brings us closer to a Pure Earth.


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Quantum Astrobiology Center - QAC

NGO

Quantum Astrobiology Center – QAC, es una entidad privada sin ánimo de lucro con una iniciativa de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación (CTeI), conformada por un grupo interdisciplinar de profesores y científicos colombianos, pensando en el fortalecimiento de la economía del conocimiento y la transferencia tecnológica, cuyo fin es propender por el Origen, Reconocimiento y Desarrollo de la “Astrobiología Cuántica” como una nueva rama de la Astrobiología que estudia los fenómenos cuánticos al interior de los Sistemas Vivos y sus implicaciones en el Origen, Evolución, Distribución y Futuro de la Vida en la Tierra y el Universo. Así mismo, procuramos por que las Tecnologías Cuánticas y de Inteligencia Artificial – IA desarrolladas para Exploración Espacial y Astrobiología, sean susceptibles de transferencia de conocimiento y tecnología – TCT, de manera que estén disponibles para la solución de problemas propios del Sistema Tierra. Por lo tanto, estamos comprometidos con la Investigación, Educación, Divulgación y Extensión al asociarnos con aliados estratégicos que nos permiten fomentar el desarrollo de la Salud Planetaria como una de nuestras principales áreas de trabajo.

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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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RedRoad Medicine, Inc.

NGO

We are actively involved in formulating local, national, and international policy promoting Planetary Health. We are committed to the health of human civilization and the natural systems on which it depends. As leaders we prioritize the vitality of seven generations of future children.

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RegNet at Australian National University

Academic Institution 

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.
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Rochester Lifestyle Medicine Institute

NGO

We Rochester Lifestyle Medicine Institute (RLMI) will collaborate with Planetary Health Alliance (PHA) to promote a global shift in personal nutrition to a whole food, plant-based (WFPB) lifestyle.  A WFPB lifestyle will promote personal health and well-being and Planetary Health by reducing personal consumption of animal products.  This movement to WFPB dietary lifestyles will reduce the deleterious impacts of the animal agriculture industry on Planetary Health.  This will be a win for personal health and a win for Planetary Health all by shifting our diets to use Forks Over Knives when we eat.  This is a simple, but powerful solution to improve Planetary Health that both RLMI and PHA can promote.  Let's do this together!

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Rosa Care Organisation

NGO

Rosa Care Organisation, through its Community Transformation Initiative model, is dedicated to supporting the advancement of Planetary Health by providing information and insights to individuals, organizations, and communities. We aim to collaborate with the Planetary Health Alliance and its members to promote awareness, share knowledge, and foster collaboration. Rosa Care Organisation is committed to leveraging its capabilities to facilitate the exchange of ideas, amplify the impact of community transformation programs, and contribute to addressing the interconnected challenges of human health, environmental sustainability, and social equity. Together with the Planetary Health Alliance, Rosa Care Organisation strives to create a healthier planet for current and future generations

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Rouleaux Foundation

NGO

Rouleaux Foundation is a non-profit organisation that is aimed at promoting science for sustainable development in Africa and by being a member of the Planetary Health Alliance (PHA) aims to build an intercollegiate, transnational, regional, and global collaboration to solve the challenges and advance the benefits of the relationship between the human health and environmental sciences. This would be by partnering with professional societies and other organisations making up the diverse landscape of the Planetary Health sciences.

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Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh (RCPE)

Governmental Body

RCPE enables physicians and their teams to deliver the highest standard of healthcare for patients, and improve the quality of health and prevention of disease through: engaging with policy makers, facilitating the training of the next generation of physicians via educational and mentorship opportunities, and building a global community of physicians that is cross disciplinary, generational, and geographically distributed. RCPE is committed to engaging its Fellows & Members in the Clinicians for Planetary Health initiative, galvanizing clinicians and their patients around Planetary Health through lifestyle modifications and activism to accelerate health promotion and disease prevention.


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Royal Holloway University of London

Academic Institution

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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Rural-Urban Health Research Center

Academic Institution

In our own network and community, aspects of sustainability and conservation are often left out of the question while working with emergency response. When our team provides technical support, we makes sure to include a more holistic approach to our problem-solving methods. A more specific way we aim to advance Planetary Health, is working more closely with our local farmers in the upstate New York region, when coordinating food distribution suppliers. As for the Planetary Health Alliance, we love learning and growing within our community, and would love to bring this to the greater network as well. We plan to share all of our findings on our website, and we always share any insight we have directly with our constituents and community members. Likewise, we hope to present our findings or community-based insight to the greater PHA community.
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The Ocean Research & Conservation Association

NGO

The Ocean Research & Conservation Association's mission aligns with the Planetary Health Alliance's commitment to understanding and addressing global environmental change and its health impacts. Specifically, we are focused on how anthropogenic nonpoint source pollution has accumulated in the environment to the point that it is impacting the health of humans and animals. Working in collaboration with the Planetary Health community, our goal is to understand and mitigate the health impacts of pollution, while simultaneously working to stop the pollution at its source.

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The Plantrician Project

The Plantrician Project educates, equips and empowers today’s healthcare professionals with knowledge of the indisputable benefits of whole food plant-based eating for human and Planetary Health. Evidence demonstrates that plant-based nutrition is a leading opportunity for solving today’s greatest health and environmental challenges. Through education programs, materials and partnerships, we’ve grown a global community of healthcare professionals capable of supporting their patients’ shift toward plant-forward lifestyles, thereby exponentially impacting their communities and the future of healthcare. We have a network of resources and education opportunities to connect to the Planetary Health Alliance network members to help leaders gain knowledge and tools to better understand and promote plant-based nutrition for global health. We are a ready partner to collaborate, co-present, and connect speakers for educational events focused on the interconnected role of food, health and environmental health.

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University of Arizona Zuckerman College of Public Health

Academic Institution

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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University of Cyberjaya

University/Academic Institution

University of Cyberjaya is committed to advancing Planetary Health through our work. We integrate Planetary Health principles into our programs, research, and advocacy initiatives. We aim to collaborate closely with the Planetary Health community by actively participating in PHA's network, engaging in knowledge sharing, seeking collaborative opportunities, and advocating for policies that prioritize the well-being of both human and environmental systems. Together with the Planetary Health Alliance and fellow members, we aspire to foster a healthier planet for current and future generations, recognizing the interdependence of human health and the health of the planet.

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University of Milan

Academic Institution

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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Planetary Health Alliance

The Planetary Health Alliance is a consortium of over 340 universities, government entities, research institutes, and other partners around the world committed to understanding and addressing global environmental change and its health impacts.
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