One Health

In August, Germany’s development ministry set up a division concentrating on One Health topics. Parliamentary State Secretary Maria Flachsbarth on knowledge gaps at the human-animal-environment interface, the link…

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Livestock is a crucial link between people and the environment that can have both positive and negative effects. For a One Health approach, we need to re-balance the relationship between animals and land and weigh…

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One Health

Zoonotic diseases are on the increase. Reducing the risk of further pandemics requires action in a range of areas. Our authors look at the origins of pandemics and discuss some measures centring on a One Health approach…

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One Health

At the 6th World One Health Congress, scientists and representatives of governmental and non-governmental organisations gave accounts of their activities at the animal-human-environment interface. Alongside the “usual…

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How do diseases spread from wildlife to humans? What can be done to limit the risks and the impact on society? A white paper suggests ways of preventing and detecting diseases, and taking rapid action if necessary.

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Food systems exemplify the complex interdependencies between humans, our physical environment and other organisms. Changes to our food system, both as short-term shocks or long-term trends, have direct impacts on human,…

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On the occasion of the World Health Summit last October, Germany’s Development Minister Gerd Mueller announced the creation of a new One Health area within his Ministry.

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