ERL特刊征稿|Focus on Health-Centred Climate Solutions

26 7月 2023 gabriels



  • 蔡闻佳,清华大学
  • Meghnath Dhimal,尼泊尔健康研究委员会
  • Ian Hamilton,英国伦敦大学学院
  • Stella Hartinger,秘鲁卡耶塔诺埃雷迪亚大学
  • 张弛,北京理工大学
  • 张颖,澳大利亚悉尼大学


Climate Change is a health crisis and needs to be declared as a public health emergency. The most appealing reason why we should tackle climate change is to protect and improve the health and wellbeing of this generation and the next ones. Despite the deepening understanding of how climate impacts health, the knowledge on how we should design climate adaptation and mitigation policies for a better health or even maximize health co-benefits are still lacking. Therefore, this special collection aims to encourage or catalyse more thoughts, methods and data that can serve to achieve this objective. Topics related to the impacts of climate change on health, as well as responses to address the health impacts of climate actions are also welcomed. To summarize, this special collection aims to deepen the understanding of climate-health linkages, emphasize the urgency of climate actions for health and provide a collage of practical tools and methods to make suggestions on health-centred climate solutions.
Key areas covered:

  • The pathway of climate change’s impact on health (especially new impact pathways, compound and cascading effects)
  • Projection of future health risks under climate change and the inequality issues (especially on vulnerable and unheard groups)
  • Analysis of policies and measures to address health impact of climate change at global/national/ sub-national/regional/city/community level (especially tailored-made policies and measures)
  • Evaluation of the effectiveness of adaptation and mitigation policies to reduce health impacts or achieve health co-benefits
  • Incorporating health concerns into adaptation and mitigation strategy and policy making
  • Good practices on climate change and health adaptation and mitigation





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Environmental Research Letters

  • 2022年影响因子:6.7  Citescore: 10.1
  • Environmental Research Letters(ERL)以金色开放获取模式出版,作者可选择将原始数据作为补充资料与文章一起发表。所有研究人员可以免费获取这些研究成果。ERL汇聚了关注环境变化及其应对的研究团体和政策制定团体的意见,涵盖了环境科学的所有方面,出版研究快报、综述文章、观点和社论。ERL顺应了环境科学的跨学科发表的趋势,反映了该领域相关的方法、工具和评估战略,得到了来自不同领域的广泛贡献。