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Climate change and resource conflict
Food Systems
Food systems
 
Event
30 November 2022
KVA: Policy opportunities for reducing climate change and its impact on planetary and human health

The seminar will highlight, based on recent EASAC studies, how science has clearly set out the scale and urgency of the problems that need to be addressed in a number of fields, and the many...

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
 
News Story
24 September 2019
Antimicrobial resistance: How to avoid a global health breakdown?

Infections resistant to treatment with antibiotics are on the rise. AMR spreads through food, water, healthcare and pharmaceutical production. How can we stop it?

Climate change and resource conflict
Health and nutrition
 
Event
1 November 2017
Planetary Health and Practice: Understanding the Health Impacts of Environmental Change on Water, Food and Air

Public health practitioners have long been aware of the close connections between health, ecosystems and society. In the past several decades the acceleration human-driven changes such as...

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
 
News Story
11 October 2013
World Food Day 2013. Focus: Sustainable Food Systems for Food Security and Nutrition

16th of October is the World Food Day. First celebrated in 1979, it is also the anniversary of FAO's founding. The theme of the day is announced at the beginning of each year by the FAO, this initiative is meant to facilitate better understanding of the problems and solutions to ending hunger.

Health and nutrition
Trade and production
Urban Animals: Balancing Good and Bad
 
Slides
10 July 2013
Brucella infections among cattle in urban and peri urban areas in Uganda

Today more than half of the planet’s inhabitants live in cities. The world-wide migration of rural people to cities is particular prominent in Africa and Asia. Some are “pushed” there ...

 
Slides
21 May 2013
Going Dutch! Phosphorus approach in The Netherlands

The nutrients in sanitation flow streams represent an increasing value from monetary, energy and resource perspectives. The market potential for making use of these resources in different...

 
Slides
21 May 2013
Blackwater treatment and reuse in practice in Södertälje, Sweden

The nutrients in sanitation flow streams represent an increasing value from monetary, energy and resource perspectives. The market potential for making use of these resources in different...

 
Slides
21 May 2013
Importance of nutrient recycling & value of nutrients in sanitation sector

The nutrients in sanitation flow streams represent an increasing value from monetary, energy and resource perspectives. The market potential for making use of these resources in different...

 
Slides
14 May 2013
Productive Sanitation – Reuse as a driver to take sanitation to scale in the Sahel

The seminar will examine the widely neglected and underestimated adverse nutritional impact of lack of safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). It makes apparent how governments struggling...

 
Slides
14 May 2013
The WASH-Nutrition Link: The Potential of a Professional Blind Spot?

The seminar will examine the widely neglected and underestimated adverse nutritional impact of lack of safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH). It makes apparent how governments struggling...