CIGH Human and Planetary Health Newsletter
  • COP27 health events & access to livestreaming here. Stanford experts attending COP27 here. To attend Climate and Health Networking Reception, please register here by Nov 6.
  • Erin Mordecai featured in NIH Global Environmental Health podcast: "Rainforest Ecosystems: The Amazon, Deforestation, and Malaria."
  • Stanford Visiting Artist Fund accepting proposals until Dec 16.
  • Exxon CEO visits campus amidst protests.
  • Ministry for the Future author Kim Stanley Robinson speaks in SUSTAIN 140: Environmental Humanities.
  • We're underestimating risks to food security by not considering biophysical characteristics of crops (eg. shifting nutritional profiles).
  • Efforts to preserve Filipino mental health on a warming planet.
  • From the International Review of Psychiatry: "an urgent call to action for all mental health professionals to take up a role in the context of the climate and ecological crisis."
  • Gaps & opportunities in planetary health education.
  • Concerns about linkages between weed-killing chemical called paraquat and Parkinson's.
  • From Nature Food: "Global food systems transitions have enabled affordable diets but had less favourable outcomes for nutrition, environmental health, inclusion and equity"
  • Gender inequities in dengue prevention. "Corrective action is urgently needed to shift unhelpful gender norms, and empower women into leadership and decision‑making roles."
  • Q&A on "why planetary health is a useful lens for development and beyond"
  • One Health Joint Plan of Action (2022-2026)
  • Planetary Health Alliance October newsletter. Subscribe directly here.