Planetary Health : Protecting Nature to Protect Ourselves

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Planetary Health : Protecting Nature to Protect Ourselves

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  • 製本 Paperback:紙装版/ペーパーバック版/ページ数 513 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781610919661
  • DDC分類 362

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Human health depends on the health of the planet. Earth's natural systems, the air, the water, the biodiversity, the climate, are our life support systems. Yet climate change, biodiversity loss, scarcity of land and freshwater, pollution and other threats are degrading these systems. The emerging field of planetary health aims to understand how these changes threaten our health and how to protect ourselves and the rest of the biosphere.Planetary Health: Protecting Nature to Protect Ourselves provides a readable introduction to this new paradigm. With an interdisciplinary approach, the book addresses a wide range of health impacts felt in the Anthropocene, including food and nutrition, infectious disease, non-communicable disease, dislocation and conflict, and mental health. It also presents strategies to combat environmental changes and its ill-effects, such as controlling toxic exposures, investing in clean energy, improving urban design, and more. Chapters are authored by widely recognised experts.The result is a comprehensive and optimistic overview of a growing field that is being adopted by researchers and universities around the world. Students of public health will gain a solid grounding in the new challenges their profession must confront, while those in the environmental sciences, agriculture, the design professions, and other fields will become familiar with the human consequences of planetary changes. Understanding how our changing environment affects our health is increasingly critical to a variety of disciplines and professions. Planetary Health is the definitive guide to this vital field.

Table of Contents

List of Tables and Boxes                   xi
Preface: A Note on Covid-19 xiii
Acknowledgments xv
Part 1 Foundations 1 (110)
1 An Introduction to Planetary Health 3 (14)
(Myers, Frumkin)
2 Assembling Planetary Health: Histories of 17 (20)
the Future (Dunk, Anderson)
3 Population, Consumption, Equity, and 37 (34)
Rights (Engelman, Bongaarts, Patterson)
4 A Changing Planet 71 (40)
Climate Change (Field) 72 (3)
Biogeochemical Cycles (Tilman) 75 (4)
Changes in Land Use and Land Cover 79 (6)
(DeFries)
Arable Land and Soil (Montgomery) 85 (4)
Water Scarcity (Gleick) 89 (5)
Biodiversity Loss (Tilman, Frumkin) 94 (3)
Pollution (Landrigan) 97 (14)
Part 2 The Health of Populations 111 (172)
5 Food and Nutrition on a Rapidly Changing 113 (28)
Planet (Myers)
6 Planetary Health and Infectious Disease 141 (24)
(Ostfeld, Keesing)
7 Global Environmental Change and 165 (24)
Noncommunicable Disease Risks (Frumkin,
Haines)
8 Environmental Change, Migration, 189 (32)
Conflict, and Health (Risi, Kihato,
Lorenzen, Frumkin)
9 Mental Health on a Changing Planet 221 (24)
(Clayton)
10 Climate Change and Human Health (Frumkin) 245 (16)
11 Happiness on a Healthier Planet 261 (22)
(Helliwell, Hall)
Part 3 Pivoting from Threat to Opportunity 283 (168)
12 Energy and Planetary Health 285 (40)
(Pillarisetti, Smith)
13 Urban Places and Planetary Health (Diez 325 (34)
Roux, Lein, Dronova, Rodriguez, Henson,
Sarmiento)
14 Controlling Toxic Exposures (Landrigan, 359 (28)
Collins, Myers)
15 A New Economics for Planetary Health 387 (38)
(Evison, Bickersteth)
16 The Business of Planetary Health: From 425 (26)
Economic Theory to Policy and Practice
(Evison, Bickersteth)
Part 4 Saving Ourselves, Saving Our Planet 451 (36)
17 Planetary Health Ethics (Foster, Cole, 453 (22)
Petrikova, Farlow, Frumkin)
18 A Bright Future for Planetary Health 475 (12)
(Myers, Frumkin)
Afterword: Coronavirus and Planetary Health 487 (10)
Index 497 (16)
About the Editors 513