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SLU Future One Health

SLU Future One Health focuses on health and quality of life of animals, as well as the interface between people, animals and nature. It also covers the importance of animals and nature for the health and well-being of humans.

There are 236 pages tagged with SLU Future One Health:

Climate dialogues 2021

SLU Global and the future platforms are organising a series of climate conversations during 2021 and 2022. Some of them are internal dialogues and others are seminars open for everyone. Use the

Climate conversation save the date

Save the date for the upcoming climate conversation 10 March 9.00 – 10.30 (CET) with the theme Climate Change Challenges - Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability. The webinar will be held in English

Välbefinnande och landskap – bortom natur

Nature's positive influence on health is widely known. Research has tended to focus primarily on the direct impact the environment has on human health, in line with the idea of "

Climate Change Challenges

Climate Change Challenges and Ways Forward for Land Use Welcome to a scientific dialogue on climate change. In 2021 and 2022, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) will present its

One Health Sweden Scientific Meeting 2022: Pandemics and preparedness

malin.gustavsson@slu.se Save the date 29-30 March 2022 for our next scientific meeting! The theme is “Pandemics and preparedness”. Information regarding the program, how to register etc. will be

Who cares about toilets?

Today is World Toilet Day. According to WHO and UNICEF around four billion people in the world does not have access to a safely managed sanitation service. Untreated wastewater released to the

Small ruminants, smallholders, global food security and emerging zoonoses

Small ruminants, smallholders, global food security and emerging zoonoses malin.planting@slu.se Welcome to a seminar about small ruminants, smallholders, global food security and emerging zoonoses.

Promoting medically, rational and responsible use of antimicrobials

A recently published policy-brief emphasise the importance of restrictive use of antibiotics and the global issues concerning anti-microbial resistance. The brief is intended for policymakers among

SLU participates in investigation for strengthened Swedish work for responsible antibiotic use in livestock globally

Professor Ulf Magnusson, SLU, will be part of the investigation group, whose task is to describe and evaluate Sweden's work to bring about a more responsible and reduced use of antibiotics in

School grounds conservation activities create excitement, empathy and fascination in young people

Conservation activities have the potential to empower young people to directly address environmental issues, and to develop a strong connection to a local place, according to Andrew Ruck, researcher

Pros and cons with growing wildlife populations

In many parts of Europe and North America, populations of large mammals and birds have recovered during recent decades. In Sweden, this has resulted in more wildlife than was historically recorded.

Children's encounters with animals in everyday life

How do children and adolescents meet animals in their day-to-day life? And how can we take into account their need to meet and socialize with animals? In a report from the future platform SLU Future