Fixing the Weakest Link in Global Health Governance

Fixing the Weakest Link in Global Health Governance

Global health governance has become a hot topic in academia and politics, yet inadequate attention is being paid to regional level health response. Failure to address this gap will lead to uncoordinated responses to critical threats like Ebola. Developing results-oriented activities between WHO and regional organizations could go a long way toward fixing this, propose UNU researchers.

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Productivity Losses Ignored in Economic Analysis of Climate Change

Increasing seasonal heat can push workers past their physiological limits, threatening occupational health and local economies. This fact should be included in the economic analysis of climate change costs, explains Tord Kjellstrom of the UNU International Institute for Global Health.

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