Elsevier,

Journal of Climate Change and Health, Volume 5, February 2022

This article advances SDG # 3 and 13 through its examination of the medical concepts of hope and helplessness and applies these medical and philosophical frameworks to the climate crisis.
This study, relevant to Goals 3, 10, and 13, examined how often and in which countries health considerations were factored into a country’s Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC’s) for climate commitments. They found that countries with the greatest vulnerability to climate change health effects – largely countries with the fewest resources – considered health effects the most. The authors recommend that considering health, even in higher resourced countries, can increase public backing for ambitious climate goals.
Elsevier,

Thoracic surgery clinics, Volume 32, 1 February 2022

This article advances SDG goals 3, 5 and 10 by examining disparities in lung cancer treatment and survival rate by race, gender, sexual identitity, and disability status with the goal of understanding the current situation to improve future outcomes.
Elsevier, Current Research in Green and Sustainable Chemistry, Volume 5, January 2022
Various microorganisms as a source of green technology used for bio-inspired wastewater treatment (WWT).
Overuse of water has led to the degradation and scarcity of limited water resources, which prompted the modern world to adopt sustainable measures to save water by increasing its reuse and recycling.
Elsevier,

Journal of Veterinary Behavior, Volume 48, February 2022, Page 83

Compares the pros and cons of volunteering with animals.
This Viewpoint supports SDG 3 by describing how the Integrative Multicomponent Programme for Promoting South Asians’ Cancer Screening Uptake (IMPACT) project successfully increased cancer screening uptake for ethnic minorities in Hong Kong.
Elsevier,

The COVID-19 Response: The Vital Role of the Public Health Professional, 2023, Pages 143-154

This chapter advances the UN SDG Goal 3: Good Health and Goal 10: Reduced Inequalities by examining the role of social determinants and racism in COVID's inequitable impacts, the burnout of the workforce, and the politicization of the response as major factors that will influence the future of the public health system.
This review can serve as a basis for the development of a composite assessment indicator allowing for a complete assessment of all dimensions of sustainability, as it describes how the Mediterranean diet has been evaluated and points out what could be the main limitations of these assessments.
This article brings together the speakers from the Symposium and presents a synthesis and summary of 3 of the world’s biggest problems in the 21st century: the burden of malnutrition and noncommunicable diseases (NCDs), the consequences of climate change, and the massive economic and social inequities within and among nations. All 3 are directly related to sustainable food systems that are shared collectively and globally.
This Study explores the racial disparities that exist in the emergency departments of 4 hospitals, when they are most prevalent, and how patients' sociodemographic characterstics impact image acquisition time, raising awareness for SDGs 3, 9 and 10.

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