Ecological Footprint Health Indicators
How can we concretely understand the consequences of human demand for biosphere resources?
Bridging the emerging field of Planetary Health with existing knowledge, this project uses the Ecological Footprint framework to research and develop population and individual human health indicators that can be used in health adaptation policies, programs and practices.
With the Faculty of Environmental and Urban Change (formerly Environmental Studies), York University
|Climate Change, Data Science|
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