Planetary Health

Planetary Health

We aim to develop a more rigorous understanding of the relationship between population growth, poverty, women’s autonomy, and health. We recognize that girls and women are at the center of planetary health and investing in family planning is critical as the field shifts focus from public to planetary health.

Current Projects & Research

We aim to develop a more rigorous understanding of the relationship between population growth, poverty, women’s autonomy, and health. We recognize that girls and women are at the center of planetary health and investing in family planning is critical as the field shifts focus from public to planetary health.

Recent Publications

Yusuf Jameel; Carissa M. Patrone; Kristen P. Patterson; Paul C. West
Report, 2022
Ndola Prata; Jaime W. Peterson; Jannine Bruce; Kim G. Harley; Lynne C. Huffman; Lisa J. Chamberlain
Journal Article, 2020

Past Projects and Research