Research

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The Lancet Voice

In this episode of The Lancet Voice, linked to SDGs 3 and 16, Oksana Pyzik joins Gavin Cleaver and Jessamy Bagenal to talk about the short and long-term health impacts of the conflict in Ukraine, and what happens next for those forced to flee.
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The Lancet Global Health, Volume 10, April 2022

This Viewpoint supports SDG 3 by highlighting why investing in disease surveillance in remote rural areas of LMICs will benefit global communities, and using Kenya as an example, showing how such surveillance can be strengthened and integrated into existing systems while sustaining biodiversity.
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Water Resources and Economics, Volume 38, April 2022

Decoupling has increasingly been recognized as a way to reconcile limitless economic growth with environmental pressures. This study assesses current and projected future decoupling factors of water withdrawals in relation to GDP.
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One Earth, Volume 5, 15 April 2022

Phthalates are used in plastic production to make plastic products more durable, but they can reliease toxic pollutants via airborne that cause varios metabolic disorders. This research article evaluates the potential health benefits in terms of reducing metabolic disorders (e.g. diabetes & obesity) via strengthening the standards on the use of phthalates in China, the world's leading markets of phthalates.
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Reference Module in Food Science, 2022

Food security is achieved when all people, at all times, have physical and economic access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food to meet their dietary needs and food preferences for an active and healthy life.
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Indigenous People and Nature, Insights for Social, Ecological, and Technological Sustainability, 2022, Pages 3-27

This chapter provides a comprehensive strategy to assess ecological systems’ involvement in indigenous wellbeing, signifying how natural systems are intertwined with people’s communal, economic, and cultural environments, along with their skills.
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Indigenous People and Nature, Insights for Social, Ecological, and Technological Sustainability, 2022, Pages 171-197

Understanding livelihood vulnerability to hydrometeorological hazards is a crucial challenge for policymakers to create a clear foundation for vulnerable coastal residents. Using microlevel livelihood vulnerability research employing LVI and Socioeconomic Vulnerability Index, this chapter measures the magnitude of indigenous peoples' vulnerability to the detrimental consequences of hydrometeorological hazards on socioeconomic conditions.
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Indigenous People and Nature, Insights for Social, Ecological, and Technological Sustainability, 2022, Pages 199-216

The indigenous peoples make a lasting impact on the society and people through their activities such as protection of the ecosystem, agriculture, and the maintenance of ethnic origin; these people are faced with many risks regarding health, sanitation, water, climate change, and pandemic. The chapter aims to determine the integration of the indigenous population into society and the functions of social work in this regard.

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