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Pan-European Commission on One Health

This month the Pan-European Commission on Health and Development sponsored by the World Health organization – Europe has released the results of a year-long research project on how to rethink health and sustainable development after the pandemic.  … Read More

The Importance of Transdisciplinarity to Address Synergies and Trade-offs

The world is a complex network of relationships shaped by forces that sometimes contrast and other times reinforce each other. This understanding is at the core of the One Health approach: studying and understanding the… Read More

Plastics and Earth’s Ocean: Part 2

That plastic bottle that you saw floating ashore will eventually enter our food chain. This is Part 2 of a blog series covering plastic pollution in Earth’s oceans.  Read Part 1 here. Impacts on climate… Read More

S.H.E. IS: Hypatia of Alexandria, A Martyr for Feminism and Philosophy

Hypatia of Alexandria (b. fourth century A.D.) is a historical figure born within the wrong era. Her ideologies and scientific achievements reflect the opportunities and success of a woman in the 21st century. She was a scholar and educator of literature… Read More

How Sea Turtles Sparked a Collaboration Between Leonardo Fellows

Costanza Manes, One Health Center Zoologist and Leonardo Fellow A New, Puzzling Project I am working on a project on a very ugly disease affecting sea turtles. I’m a zoologist, a scuba diver, and always… Read More