The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the power zoonoses have to disrupt our economies, public health and food systems. In response to this, One Health has grown as an approach for addressing the current inadequacies in responses to such global health crises, as well as playing an important role in addressing and mitigating climate change and biodiversity loss. This panel will highlight why those promoting a landscape approach should pay greater attention to landscape health and its relationship with animal (livestock and wildlife) and human health, as part of an integrated One Health approach. If landscape policies and investments continue to be made without taking into account a One Health lens, they will miss opportunities to contribute to addressing the biggest challenges of our time.
Doreen RobinsonChief for Wildlife
UN Environment Programme
Fiona FlintanGovernance Scientist and Technical Coordinator
International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)
Bernard BettSenior Scientist, Animal and Human Health
International Livestock Research Institute
Enkh-Amgalan TseeleiNational Coordinator
Rangeland Ecosystem Management Project "Green Gold" of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation in Mongolia
Dennis CarrollChair of the Leadership Board
Global Virome Project
Fernanda Thomas da RochaSenior Regional Technical Specialist, Rural Institutions for the Latin America and the Caribbean region
Martina FleckensteinGlobal Policy Manager, Food Practice
Phuc Pham-DucVice Deputy Director of the Center for Public Health and Ecosystem Research (CENPHER) Coordinator of the Vietnam One Health University Network (VOHUN)
John ColmeyManaging Director
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