Europe

How are food consumption practices motivated by the desire to fight climate change and/or the desire to protect biodiversity and nature.
What is the best strategy to promote hybrid (plant-based + animal) products to consumers ?
A framework to identify roofs for food, water, and energy production is proposed. Agriculture can be implemented on 8% of roofs to produce tomatoes and lettuce. Service buildings and residential housing are more suitable for agriculture.
The findings from this study support SDGs 10 and 3 by suggesting that mental and physical health impairments following COVID-19 hospitalisation are only weakly associated with the severity of the acute illness, and that other underlying mechanisms are involved. There is a potential to stratify and personalise care to reduce the burden of disease after hospitalisation.
Diagram showing the age-adjusted cumulative COVID-19 mortality between Jan 24, 2020, and Feb 28, 2021, by disability status and sex. Upper and lower lines of each colour represent the upper and lower bounds of the bootstrapped 95% CI.
This study support SDGs 10 and 3 by showing that rates of death from COVID-19 were higher for disabled people than for non-disabled people, particularly among younger disabled people, disabled women, and people with greater levels of activity limitation. These findings suggest that disabled people should be considered in the COVID-19 response, including in data analysis and implementation of protective measures.
Consumers struggle to categorize cultured meat as it doesn't fit the "meat" nor "meat substitute" categories.
Elsevier,

The Journal of Climate Change and Health, 2021, 100079

This article examines the ways in which healthcare professionals can intervene to reduce pharmaceutical pollution.
Elsevier,

The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, Volume 9, 2021,100231,

This Series Viewpoint discusses how a lateral approach to public health can advance systemic resilience to climate change.
Elsevier,

The Lancet Regional Health - Europe, Volume 9, 2021,100230,

In this Series Review, the authors discuss how climate change is affecting infectious diseases in Europe.

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