Tourism Management, Volume 100, February 2024

This study investigates the factors that influence travelers' intentions toward animal ethics in tourism and makes a significant contribution to methodological approaches and the body of knowledge in animal ethics in tourism.

iScience, Volume 26, Issue 1, 20 January 2023, 105803

In this paper the authors show how the heterogeneity in cities means that individual cities need specific low-carbon roadmaps, rather than a one-size-fits-all approach

Energy and Climate Change, Volume 4, December 2023

The importance of an updating of fundamental energy law to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050 in the energy sector.

Maturitas, Volume 178, December 2023

This article highlights the impact of climate change on health, especially in the context of menopause and aging populations.

Journal of Asian Earth Sciences: X, Volume 10, 1 December 2023

This article supports SDG 7 by evaluating the geothermal potential of the granitic rocks which is important in long-term sustainable renewable energy projects due to increasing energy demand.
Elsevier, The Lancet Regional Health - Western Pacific, Volume 40, November 2023
Background: Hong Kong is among the many populations that has experienced the combined impacts of social unrest and the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite concerns about further deteriorations in youth mental health globally, few epidemiological studies have been conducted to examine the prevalence and correlates of major depressive episode (MDE) and other major psychiatric disorders across periods of population-level changes using diagnostic interviews. Methods: We conducted a territory-wide household-based epidemiological study from 2019 to 2022 targeting young people aged 15–24 years.

The Lancet HIV, Volume 10, March 2023, E164-E174

Improvements in diagnosis and treatment are enabling people with HIV to liver longer; this study seeks to understand the evolution of comorbidities in an ageing cohort of people with HIV.

eClinicalMedicine, Volume 65, November 2023

Previous studies have shown that people with HIV are at an increased risk of non-communicable diseases, this systematic review and meta-analysis collates data from 188 studies done in 21 sub-Saharan Africa countries and shows that people with HIV have an increased incidence of multiple NCDs, including hypertension, diabetes, and cervical cancer. Although more research is needed, this results highlight the need for improved treatment and prentative approaches to minimise the risk of people with HIV also developing non-comminicable diseases. Good health and wellbeing should not solely be focused on HIV managment; this study shows the growing risk of other diseases that have to be mitigated.

The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, Volume 34, November 2023

This Article supports SDG13 as it shows that not only short-term exposures to ambient ozone concentrations have health consequences but also long-term exposures.

eBioMedicine, Volume 96, October 2023

This Personal View supports SDGs 3 and 13 by calling for more research into the contribution that physical activity can have in adapting to rising global temperatures and, more broadly, to climate change.