Rapid and profound socio-ecological changes are driving a species extinction crisis while severely impacting the health—of people, wildlife, domesticated animals, and plants. Immediate action is imperative. On October 25th, the Wildlife Conservation Society and the German Federal Foreign Office convened the One Planet, One Health, One Future conference, including top minds from around the globe addressing how human development and interference on nature are generating threats affecting all life on Earth.
Read one outcome - The Berlin Principles:
One Planet, One Health, One Future
On November 3rd we celebrate global One Health Day, to highlight the urgent need for a trans-disciplinary approach to tackling the planetary health challenges we face today.