SoluTions foR mItiGatinG climate-induced hEalth thReats (TRIGGER)
We are thrilled to announce that the TRIGGER Project website is now live, including information about the project and the consortium. As the project progresses, it will expand with news, publications, updates, resources, materials, and outcomes arising from the project activities.
WeDo, as leaders of the Communication, dissemination, and outreach work package (WP9), has designed and developed the website and will implement any update in the future. Besides implementing the project’s communication and dissemination strategy, WeDo will be involved in other work packages for the co-development of toolkits, educational materials (MOOCs), and a serious game for adaptation of health practices in the prevention of climate hazards. Furthermore, WeDo will support TRIGGER’s five Climate-Health Connections Labs (CHC Labs), built in European cities strategically distributed from south to north Europe, in the exploitation of the policy recommendations to ensure a wide impact of the project results. Finally, WeDo will contribute actively to Working Group 3 (Communication and Dissemination) of the European Cluster on Climate Change and Health, a group formed of 6 projects undertaking research and innovation on health and climate change in Europe.
The #EuTRIGGERproject was launched in September 2022 as part of the Horizon Europe Health cluster, under the topic Health impacts of climate change, costs and benefits of action and inaction, and will run until 2026.
The main aim of the TRIGGER Project is to deepen the current understanding of the complex linkage between climate change, human health, and ecosystems. The knowledge generated will be used in the 5 newly conceived Climate-Health Connection (CHC) Labs across Europe to engage with citizens, practitioners, and policymakers through participative processes.
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