One Health: A Single Approach to Human, Environmental & Animal Health. In an ever-changing world, inequalities in access to healthcare, exposure to pollution or endocrine disruptors pose significant challenges to our health. With the emergence of a collective environmental consciousness, the concept of “One Health” has gained ground: human health is highly dependent on the health of the animals and plants that surround us, as well as the ecosystems in which we live.

  • 21 million additional deaths could be linked to a warmer climate by 2025, arising from just five health risks: extreme heat, stunting, diarrhea, malaria, and dengue..
  • 4.5 billion people were not fully covered by essential health services in 2021, according to the WHO
  • Up to 1,000 years is the time it takes for microplastics to break down. They can be found everywhere, from the bottom of the ocean to our blood, with uncertain effects on our health.

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