Articles

Elsevier,

One Earth, Volume 5, 15 July 2022

Calculated emissions reductions possible through ecosystem restoration and shows they are insufficient to rely upon.
Elsevier,

One Earth, Volume 5, 15 July 2022

Indicate the importance of adopting longer-term timeframes and pathways to ensure that the necessary pre-conditions are in place for sustainability (including climate action) beyond the current 2030 Agenda.
Elsevier,

Measurement: Food,
Volume 7,
2022,
100048,
ISSN 2772-2759,

Discussion of the addition of glycemic index values to a Venezuelan food composition database with the aim of providing a useful resource for research and clinical settings in the region.
Elsevier,

The Lancet HIV, Volume 9, July 2022

An Article in support of SDG 3, showing that in a sample of hospitalised people contributing data to the WHO Global Clinical Platform for COVID-19, HIV was an independent risk factor for both severe COVID-19 at admission and in-hospital mortality.
Elsevier,

Energy Nexus,
Volume 7,
2022,
100081

Urban agriculture is booming. During case study Water-Energy-Food nexus research at urban farms, investigation indicated two types of ‘food’ to be relevant for urban agriculture. 
Elsevier,

Electoral Studies,
Volume 79,
2022,
102499

Climate action seems to be more popular among those who vote.
Elsevier,

One Earth,
Volume 5, Issue 7,
2022,
Pages 756-766

Experts from a range of fields and geographies describe key threats to global food security over the next two decades and suggest key research questions and gaps on this topic.
Elsevier, The Lancet Regional Health - Western Pacific, Volume 24, July 2022
Background: Epidemiological studies have reported the associations between nitrogen dioxide (NO2) and pediatric asthma incidence, but unable to ascertain indoor NO2 sources. We estimated the pediatric asthma incidence and corresponding economic losses attributable to NO2 from indoor and outdoor sources in urban areas in China.
Elsevier, eClinicalMedicine, Volume 49, July 2022
Background: Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection is a serious global health problem and China has the largest disease burden. Literatures focusing on economic-related inequalities in HBV infection among pregnant women are scarce. We aimed to quantify the economic-related inequalities and the change over time in HBV infection among pregnant women in mainland China from 2013 to 2020 to inform strategies considering economic-related inequalities.

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