17th National Conference and Global Forum on Science, Policy and the Environment: Integrating Environment and Health.
24-26 January, Washington D.C.
GLOBAL HEALTH ASIA participated in the symposium One Health: Science Gaps at the Intersection of Health and Environment. Over the past decade, the term One Health has been rationally applied to historic and evolving roles including research and application (read more)
THE 8th PRINCESS CHULABHORN INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE CONGRESS – Environmental health: Inter-linkages among the Environment, Chemicals and Infectious Agents
November 13 – 17, 2016, Shangri-La Hotel, Bangkok, Thailand
GLOBAL HEALTH ASIA was invited at the UNEP-WHO roundtable “Emerging Environment and Health Linkages in Asia”. During the meeting GHA position was to emphasise that Rural societies are the de facto stewards of much, if not most, of the world’s ‘biodiversity’…(read more)
BEYOND PARK BOUNDARIES: INTEGRATING PROTECTED AREAS AND SURROUNDING LAND CONSERVATION
November 9th, 2016
Although it is arguable that our understanding of the mechanisms underpinning health and biodiversity relationships is improving, the focus has been understanding biodiversity predominantly from the standpoint of its biophysical properties and processes, and an anthropocentric perspective with human societies as an external stressor and beneficiary of biodiversity…(read more)