A collection of open-access research from PLOS Climate and PLOS Global Public Health that supports decision-making at the nexus of climate and health
As the world’s climate negotiators convene for COP27, a key theme to be addressed is the impact of climate change on human health and evidence-based solutions and adaptation actions. To help build a strong and openly accessible evidence base for decision-making, PLOS Climate and PLOS Global Public Health are calling for submissions for a new Collection on ‘Climate Change and Human Health’. We welcome submissions of research that addresses all aspects of the intersection between climate and health, from the changing burden of communicable and non-communicable disease to the impacts of extreme events on health systems, as well as research that assesses potential adaptations to build healthier and more resilient societies. We especially encourage submissions of studies involving inter-/trans-disciplinary approaches and those which share perspectives from underrepresented global regions and communities.
PLOS Climate and PLOS Global Public Health are calling for submissions for a new Collection on ‘Climate Change and Human Health’ for details of the call for papers please see the 'About' tab:
To submit to PLOS Global Public Health as part of this collection please visit here: https://journals.plos.org/globalpublichealth/s/submit-now
To submit to PLOS Climate as part of this collection please visit here: https://journals.plos.org/climate/s/submit-now
|ScienceOpen disciplines:||Environmental change, Public health|
|Keywords:||Climate change, adaptation, Climate-change impacts, Health impacts, Environmental health, Health policy, Public health|