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A major report on managing the health effects of climate change, launched jointly by The Lancet and UCL, says that climate change is the biggest global-health threat of the 21st century.
The Grand Challenge of Global Health Dengue Workshop aimed to stimulate multidisciplinary research collaborations in Dengue by bringing together UCL researchers currently working on Dengue with those interested in applying their disciplinary perspective to the problem.
Population Footprints, the 2011 UCL-Leverhulme Trust symposium on human population growth and global carrying capacity, took place in London on 25-26 May in London with a satellite meeting in Kenya. This high profile global event deemed to be ‘the population event of the year’, was an outstanding success. The symposium brought together cross-sector academics, NGOs and activists from the global South and North to debate and address practical policy concerns on a range of inter-related issues of critical importance for the 21st century.
Find out more about this symposium and view videos from the event on the Population Footprints website
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