Environment must drive a national action plan on AMR 2.0

The pandemic has highlighted the importance of preserving the relationship between people and nature, given the intrinsic linkages between human health and biodiversity. While Covid-19, a zoonotic disease, overwhelmed the global public health systems due to its high transmissibility, other zoonotic diseases such as Ebola and Middle East Respiratory SyndromeContinue Reading


Running your business News Mark Haranas, C.J. Fairfield, Gina Narcisi July 25, 2022, 10:00 AM EDT Diversity and representation among employees and leadership are increasing among businesses that want to ensure they’re providing an inclusive environment for all, but there’s still work to be done. Here’s what businessesContinue Reading

NY-10 Candidates Talk Climate Action at Environment-Focused Forum

Candidates Niou, Rivera, Simon at Tuesday’s forum (photo: The Cooper Union/Marget Long) Several Democratic candidates running to represent New York’s new 10th congressional district answered questions related to climate and sustainability challenges facing the district and New York City during a forum held at The Great Hall in Cooper UnionContinue Reading

Environment, Part of One Health, Is Often Missing in Action

There is good news in that, at the global level, there has been increased attention and deliberation about One Health and how to find common ground to operationalize it. As I will show here, expansion of the Joint External Evaluation (JEE) could solve the problem. A significant milestone was achievedContinue Reading