Welcome to EcoHealth
The International Association for Ecology and Health, in short EcoHealth, is a scholarly organization with members from all continents. EcoHealth is committed to fostering the health of humans, animals and ecosystems and to conducting research which recognizes the inextricable linkages between the health of all species and their environments. A basic tenet held is that health and wellbeing cannot be sustained in a resource depleted, polluted and socially unstable planet. This is why EcoHealth scholars and practitioners engage in integrated systemic approaches to health that sustain ecosystem health services, foster social stability and promote the peaceful coexistence of humans, animals and their environments.
EcoHealth Artist-in-Residence Poety Reading
On Friday May 19, EcoHealth Journal’s Artist-in-Residence Mark Olival-Bartley will be giving a talk and reading at the Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, couching the cultural outreach of EcoHealth amid the storied votive sites in La Serenissima. A PDF of the chapbook can be read here.
New MOOC on Global Health at the Human-Animal-Ecosystem Interface[24 March 2017]
New interdisciplinary and multi-expert MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) on Global Health at the Human Animal Ecosystem Interface! More than 30 experts from 20 top institutions including University of Geneva, Institut Pasteur, University of Montreal, World Health Organisation etc. Watch teaser here or register here.
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Postdoctoral Opportunity at UNAM
[25 January 2017] The Institute for Ecosystems and Sustainability Research of the National Autonomous University of Mexico along with the Basque Centre for Climate Change are looking for a postdoctoral candidate to cover a position on multiple values of nature. Click here to read the post or download the announcement here.
January Communiqué from the IAEH Board
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EcoHealth Art Competition
The IAEH Ecohealth Art Competition runs prior to the IAEH biennial conferences. The artists communicate a wide range of subjects and emotions related to environmental change, society, health and well-being. See the full portfolio of past winners and honorable mentions here. The call for the 2017 competition is published!
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