The Lancet and Financial Times Commission on Governing Health Futures 2030 announced the publication of its long-awaited report. In the report, which I co-authored, we explore the multi-faceted interactions of digital technologies and human health and well-being.
At the beginning of last year, the Global Policy journal published a research article on ‘Gridlock, Innovation and Resilience in Global Health Governance‘, that I had co-authored with Ilona Kickbusch, Michaela Told, Kyle McNally and the late David Held. One of the arguments of the study was that our era of growing health risks andContinue reading “Opinion on the Global Policy journal’s website: global health governance in the age of COVID-19”
In recent years, and with growing intensity since the adoption of the Paris Agreement, the concept of environmental health has emerged as a fundamental prism through which to analyse the complex interplay between global health and environmental law. Environmental risks, ranging from soil, water and air pollution to waste management and land use change, are nowContinue reading “New book chapter: EU biodiversity law and its health impacts”
As anticipated a few weeks ago, over the course of 2018 I had the pleasure of co-authoring an article on ‘Gridlock, Innovation and Resilience in Global Health Governance‘ with David Held, Ilona Kickbusch, Michaela Told and Kyle McNally. The article, which was accepted for publication by the Global Policy journal last December, is finally available inContinue reading “Gridlock, innovation and resilience in global health governance”
I have recently received the positive news that the main article arising out of the research project on “How to break the gridlock in global health governance“, in which I have been involved for more than two years in my previous position with the Global Health Centre of the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies,Continue reading “New global health governance publication”
The following opinion piece has appeared, in two different forms, on Sense & Sustainability and in ASviS‘s newsletter. According to a 2012 study by the World Health Organization (WHO), environmental factors are directly or indirectly responsible for almost 13 million deaths worldwide, or about twenty-three percent of all deaths. Overall, more than one third ofContinue reading “Environmental determinants of health: how can global health governance contribute?”