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Climate change

“One Health” as a pillar of the Loss and Damage Fund

Promoting sustainable practices and awareness of the connection among human health, animal health, and the environment are crucial to mitigating losses and achieving prosperity and sustainability in the Americas.

Corporate capital drives climate and social collapse

To avoid the ecological and social collapse we are facing, profound reforms of this global economic system are needed, starting with a decarbonization of our society. This requires political will and leadership.

Collective solutions for an interconnected world

We are all part of a greater interconnected system and need to frame our problems in real-world contexts. It is all interconnected — the climate, our environments, and our health, nothing can be tackled in isolation. 

Early Warning Systems: a lifesaver for global health?

Due to the effects of climate change, around 250,000 additional deaths are projected annually between 2030 and 2050. Given this scenario, what are the measures that could be implemented to mitigate these risks and minimize their impacts?

Pesticides, climate change, and obesity: a detrimental connection for human and environmental health

Overweight and obesity, related to the consumption of processed foods and lack of physical activity, increase the risk of cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, hypertension, which are aggravated by the effects of climate change.

Our waste also contributes to climate change

Every day, a Latin American generates around 1 kg of waste. Addressing this problem is not just a matter of improving cleaning and management systems. It is imperative to question consumption patterns and production processes.