Journal of Transport Geography, Volume 110, June 2023

Explores gender differences in the interactions between people's travel behaviour and their mental health. Suggests policies and strategies that policy-makers and planners could use to promote better mental health specifically among either male or female populations.

The Lancet Global Health, Volume 11, June 2023

This study engages a broad group of stakeholders to develop a consensus-based research agenda for mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) interventions in humanitarian settings.

European Journal of Trauma and Dissociation, Volume 7, June 2023

A service evaluation was conducted of a rapid response brief trauma therapy training at the start of the Ukraine war. The aims of this study were to explore the feasibility of providing brief therapy trauma training to upskill local therapists in Ukraine and to assess if the treatment approach was effective in reducing Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder symptoms.

The Lancet Regional Health - Southeast Asia, Volume 12, May 2023

this RCT attempts to incentivise fruits and vegetables purchase in India where the sector is largetly unorganised.The authors find that even though unorganised, the retailers were willing to participate in such a scheme which could have a widespread effect on population consumption pattern.

Earth-Science Reviews, Volume 240, May 2023

Monitoring the ocean carbon cycle is key to improved understanding. Satellites play a major role in our global carbon monitoring system. To make full use of satellite observations for ocean carbon monitoring the remote-sensing community needs to work closely with in-situ data experts, physical and biogeochemical modellers, Earth system scientists, climate scientists and marine policy experts.
Elsevier, Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment, Volume 118, May 2023
Increasing shipping traffic in the Arctic Ocean creates an emerging need to understand the consequences of maritime operations on the Arctic environment and coastal Indigenous and non-Indigenous communities, as well as potential governance responses. To address this need, we examine recent shipping trends and assess their impact on Arctic environments and communities. Our arguments are novel, and are built around contemporary empirical investigations and published scientific studies, reports, and government documents.

Fisheries Research, Volume 265, 2023, 106744

A critical reflection on fisheries conservation in the Mekong River is offered here. Adaptive co-management helped balance conservation and livelihood outcomes. No-take zones facilitated basic fish conservation measures led by local fishermen. Fishermen perceiving livelihood benefits of conservation supported no-take zones. Long-term mechanisms to support community-led conservation initiatives are needed.

Current Developments in Nutrition, Volume 7, May 2023

The authors of this paper developed and tested a culturally appropriate food picture-sort frequency tool that is feasible and acceptable to both Navajo children and adults. This tool and its indices have the potential to measure the change for school-based intervention studies among the Navajo Nation because of its cultural appropriateness, ease of administration and low burden, and the convergent validity and reliability of its indices.

Lancet Regional Health - Americas, Volume 21, May 2023

This Article supports SDG 3 and 10 by showing that among Indigenous children in Brazil (of the Guarani birth cohort), severely compromised living conditions were noted, and inequalities in the frequency of social and environmental risk factors between the Indigenous children. The authors note that policies are needed to improve housing, water and sanitation, and wealth conditions among people in Indigenous communities.