One Health / One Planet: A Special Magazine on Climate Change and Infectious Diseases
Published in May 2022, One Health / One Planet offers wide-ranging perspectives on climate change, infectious disease, and the intersection between the two. The digital magazine is a collaboration between the Aspen Institute Science & Society Program and the science outlet Leaps.org—with sponsorship by the Science Philanthropy Alliance.
Throughout the issue, we explore 11 lenses:
- PARTNERSHIPS IN ONE HEALTH / ONE PLANET: Conversation between Rajiv J. Shah and Louis J. Muglia
- FRAMEWORKS & APPROACHES: A Complex Problem Calls for New Strategies Plus the Wisdom of Our Ancestors
- MICROBES: With Infections, We’ve Been Playing ‘Pin the Blame on the Microbe.’ Is It Time to Change the Game?
- SPILLOVER: Climate Change and the New Pandemic Age
- EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW WITH RAINA PLOWRIGHT, DISEASE ECOLOGIST AT CORNELL: To What’s Better than a Swift Response to Pandemics? Preventing Them in the First Place
- ANIMALS, PLANTS & CROPS: Which Ones Will Survive in a Changing Climate?
- HUMAN HEALTH: Staying Well in the 21st Century is Like Playing Chess
- THE INSECT APOCALYPSE: It Will Devastate Humans, but Science Can Keep Them Buzzing
- SURVEILLANCE: What Tools and Technologies are Needed to Monitor Zoonotic Spillovers and Optimize Disease Management
- CHANGING HABITATS: For Solutions to Climate Change and Infectious Disease, Researchers Go Back to the First Domino
- MODELING: Scientists Recommend a Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Predicting Outbreaks
To publicly continue the dialogue started in this magazine, we hosted a virtual symposium related to these topics on Tuesday, June 7, 2022.