About this conference Climate change is “The greatest threat to global health in the 21st century”*. The direct and indirect impacts of climate change threaten to hinder progress in global health and destroy some of the gains made over the last 150 years. As always, it is the most vulnerable including children, who bear the […]
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Making Time Debate 3rd Annual Final, Galway #MakingTimeDebate2015 This year on the 25th March the 3rd Annual Making Time National Debate (MTD) was held at NUI Galway. This year the MTD final was hosted in collaboration with the fledgling Climate Change, Agriculture and Food Security Society (CCAFS) of NUI Galway, led by Student Outreach Group (SOG) member […]
GLOBAL HEALTH WRITES Citizen Journalist: Colm Duffy As we approach 2050, the world has significant challenges that need to be tackled to ensure food and environmental security. With the global population set to increase to 9-12 billion the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) predicts that food production must increase by 70% to meet demand. […]
This is to announce the call for participation at the Global Warming International Conference 2012 (GWIC 12), 20th – 24th April 2012 at Eco Garden Hotel, 23 Brook Street, London, W1K 4HA, United Kingdom.
Mary Robinson Calls for Action on Water following the UN World Water Day.
Population Growth and Waste Management in an African City
Reducing Respiratory Illness through alleviating kitchen smoke
The Links Between Indigenous Crop Cultivation and the Nutritional Status of Children in Kerewan, The Gambia
IFGH 2010: Carcinoma in non-smokers:a systematic literature review