Coverage: joint editorial from 200+ health journals on climate change

On Monday 6th September 2021, 229 health journals from across the world began publishing an editorial calling for world leaders to take emergency action to transform societies and limit climate change, restore biodiversity, and protect health. I was a co-author and coordinated the editorial. It is likely unprecedented across three dimensions: never have so many journalsContinue reading “Coverage: joint editorial from 200+ health journals on climate change”

Call for emergency action to limit global temperature increases, restore biodiversity, and protect health

Wealthy nations must do much more, much faster  Lukoye Atwoli, Editor in Chief, East African Medical Journal; Abdullah H. Baqui, Editor in Chief, Journal of Health, Population and Nutrition; Thomas Benfield, Editor in Chief, Danish Medical Journal; Raffaella Bosurgi, Editor in Chief, PLOS Medicine; Fiona Godlee, Editor in Chief, The BMJ; Stephen Hancocks, Editor in Chief, British Dental Journal; Richard Horton,Continue reading “Call for emergency action to limit global temperature increases, restore biodiversity, and protect health”

Fairness and opportunity: A people-powered plan for the green transition (IPPR)

The final report of our Environmental Justice Commission The Environmental Justice Commission was established in May 2019 in recognition that action to address the accelerating climate and nature emergencies can be about more than staving off the worst; it can be about imagining a better world which we can build together.  To realise this visionContinue reading “Fairness and opportunity: A people-powered plan for the green transition (IPPR)”

Seminar: Into the Storm – Global Systems Institute, University of Exeter

24th May 2021 I gave a talk at the Global Systems Institute at the University of Exeter that explored the grand strategy for re-stabilising the natural world – or lack thereof – and how this will have to increasingly contend with the destabilising consequences of the environmental emergency. Check out the video below and readContinue reading “Seminar: Into the Storm – Global Systems Institute, University of Exeter”