Relevant centres and networks

Canadian Public Health Association - Ecological Determinants Group on Education (EDGE): The EDGE aims to bring together public health and allied professionals, researchers and educators with interest and expertise in the ecological determinants of health (EDoH) to promote the integration of EDoH with public health education, training, and professional development, attending to issues of content as well as issues of pedagogy (and the alignment between these).

Centre for Sustainable Healthcare, Oxford, UK: The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare is renowned for its work on sustainable healthcare research and practice and provides strategic input and consultancy to internation, national and local programmes.

Centre for Sustainable Healthcare Education SHE, UiO University of Oslo, Norway: SHE is a Centre for Excellence in Education at the Faculty of Medicine that will educate students to become change agents for the sustainable healthcare in both the global and local contexts, and will provide them with competencies to make sustainable evidence-based decisions.

Centre for Sustainable Health Systems - Redefining sustainable healthcare, Canada: The Centre for Sustainable Health Systems is a research and innovation lab, a training shop, and a network of allies and partners working on the transition to truly sustainable and social health care.

Centre on Climate Change and Planetary Health: The Centre is based at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and seeks to generate evidence-based solutions for planetary health.

CoPEH Canada - Community of Practice in Ecosystem Approaches to Health. CoPEH-Canada is a community of scholars and practitioners dedicated to the understanding, teaching and application of ecosystem approaches to address current challenges to health and sustainability. The Canadian Community of Practice in Ecosystem Approaches to Health (CoPEH-Canada) aims to develop ecohealth through: Training and capacity building, Ecohealth research and practice in Canada, International Field Building in Ecohealth, Evaluative Research

inVIVO Planetary Health: A collaborative network for planetary health with the mission ‘To transform personal and planetary health through awareness, attitudes and actions, and a deeper understanding of how all systems are interconnected and interdependent’.

Planetary Health Alliance: The Planetary Health Alliance is a consortium of over 200 universities, non-governmental organizations, research institutes, and government entities from around the world committed to understanding and addressing global environmental change and its health impacts.

Planetary Health Platform, University of Sydney, Australia. The Planetary Health Platform fosters understanding of how natural systems support civilisation health, drives research, education and leadership on the relationships between ecological, economic and social change and the health and wellbeing of future generations.

Sustainable Development Unit, UK: The Sustainable Development Unit (SDU) help organisations across health and care embed and promote sustainable development in order to reduce emissions, save money and improve the health of people and communities.