Are human health and environmental health inextricably linked?

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  • David Mariani Healthy Habits Academy Director, Montecatini Terme (PT) - Italy

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33393/gcnd.2023.2594

Parole chiave:

Environment, Green city, Human health and wellbeing

Abstract

ONE HEALTH approach, coined by FAO, perfectly sums up a concept that is strongly emerging in the international scientific community.

The environment (especially greenery and trees) plays a decisive role in human health and in wellbeing. A change in the development model that takes these issues into account, starting with the design of greener and more sustainable cities, appears necessary and urgent, given that in 2050 approximately 70% of the world’s population will live in large cities.

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Pubblicato

2023-05-11

Come citare

Mariani, D. (2023). Are human health and environmental health inextricably linked?. Giornale Di Clinica Nefrologica E Dialisi, 35(1), 26–28. https://doi.org/10.33393/gcnd.2023.2594

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Received 2023-04-27
Accepted 2023-05-01
Published 2023-05-11

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