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One Health Networks – why should
we bother?
Victor Galaz, Ian Scoones, Melissa Leach, Christian Stein, and
DDDAC case stud...
”One Health” Policy
Integrated multidisciplinary,
or
”northern-dominated, top-down,
control and surveillance
orientated ap...
”One Health” Policy
Narratives
* ’integration’
* ‘risk, surveillance and outbreak’
* ‘cost-benefit economics’
* ’local und...
How about ”One Health” Science?
The way scientists frame complex
societal problems has clear impacts
on policy debates and...
The Lancet, March 5th, 2016
So what about ’One Health’ science?
WoS articles
N= 157 articles
Galaz, Stein, Scoones, et al. (in prep)
Geographical distribution of publications based on the geographical affiliation of...
Galaz, Stein, Scoones, et al. in prep
Why is this a problem?
Limited scientific perspectives?
Ignoring local knowledge and
complexities?
But also…
+ High CO2 world, biodiversity loss, increased global connectivity, etc
Biomes -> Anthromes
?
More
detail?
Limited
predictibility
Novel ecosystems
Novel disease
risks?
Scenarios
http://www.diseasescenarios.org/
Business as usual
Abrupt climate change
Rapid agricultural development
’One Hea...
Scenarios
http://www.diseasescenarios.org/
In conclusion…
?
?
This work, Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium, NERC project number
NE-J001570-1, was funded with support from...
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Presentation by Professor Victor Galaz of the Stockholm Resilience Institute at the One Health for the Real World: zoonoses, ecosystems and wellbeing symposium, 17-18 March 2016.

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One Health networks - why should we bother?

  1. 1. One Health Networks – why should we bother? Victor Galaz, Ian Scoones, Melissa Leach, Christian Stein, and DDDAC case study teams
  2. 2. ”One Health” Policy Integrated multidisciplinary, or ”northern-dominated, top-down, control and surveillance orientated approach”? Interviews Policy documents
  3. 3. ”One Health” Policy Narratives * ’integration’ * ‘risk, surveillance and outbreak’ * ‘cost-benefit economics’ * ’local understandings, structural drivers, and the diverse framings’
  4. 4. How about ”One Health” Science? The way scientists frame complex societal problems has clear impacts on policy debates and responses Zika – what sort of problem is it? Disease control? Poverty? Environmental?
  5. 5. The Lancet, March 5th, 2016 So what about ’One Health’ science? WoS articles N= 157 articles
  6. 6. Galaz, Stein, Scoones, et al. (in prep) Geographical distribution of publications based on the geographical affiliation of authors in the field of “One Health”, over the period 2007-2014 .
  7. 7. Galaz, Stein, Scoones, et al. in prep
  8. 8. Why is this a problem? Limited scientific perspectives? Ignoring local knowledge and complexities? But also…
  9. 9. + High CO2 world, biodiversity loss, increased global connectivity, etc Biomes -> Anthromes ?
  10. 10. More detail?
  11. 11. Limited predictibility Novel ecosystems Novel disease risks?
  12. 12. Scenarios http://www.diseasescenarios.org/ Business as usual Abrupt climate change Rapid agricultural development ’One Health’ + Suprise and shocks
  13. 13. Scenarios http://www.diseasescenarios.org/
  14. 14. In conclusion… ? ?
  15. 15. This work, Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium, NERC project number NE-J001570-1, was funded with support from the Ecosystem Services for Poverty Alleviation (ESPA) programme. The ESPA programme is funded by the Department for International Development (DFID), the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). Thank you! Victor.Galaz@su.se

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