Translating Science into Policy

A Multisectoral Approach to  Adaptation & Mitigation of Adverse Effects of Vector-Borne Diseases, Environmental Pollution and Climate Change on Planetary Health.

Interdisciplinary Collaboration

Promoting cross-sectoral collaboration to address complex planetary health issues.

Community Engagement & Raising Awareness

Engaging stakeholders to raise awareness and promote action on environmental issues. 

Tools & Strategies

Developing innovative tools &  strategies for sustainable planetary health.



The Horizon Europe Health RIA project, named “Translating Science into Policy: A Multisectoral Approach to Adaptation and Mitigation of Adverse Effects of Vector-Borne Diseases, Environmental Pollution and Climate Change on Planetary Health” funded by the European Union.


Provide new knowledge and tools addressing environmental degradation’s impacts on human, animal & ecosystem health. Planet4Health aims to support policy making processes and raise citizens awareness about sustainable planetary health, climate & environmental policies, and adaptation and mitigation strategies to natural hazards.


The values of the project include scientific integrity, multidisciplinarity, sustainability, collaboration, innovation, inclusivity, community engagement, all aimed at addressing complex planetary health challenges through interdisciplinary collaboration.


Case Studies

United as a team for Planetary Health

Latest News & Updates

Wageningen University & Research (WUR) is an integral partner to the PLANET4HEALTH project, providing expertise in species distribution modelling, environmental niche modelling, environmental and climate data analysis, and socio-economic assessments. These capabilities are instrumental in
Contributing expertise in data analysis and modeling, the Institute for Medical Research (IMR) is a vital partner in the PLANET4HEALTH project, working to better understand climate, environment, and One Health data.
The Ca' Foscari University of Venice(UNIVE) plays an integral role in the PLANET4HEALTH project, contributing expertise in statistical analysis to unravel the complexities of planetary health and its impact on human well-being.
As we delve into the heart of PLANET4HEALTH project, we're privileged to speak with our esteemed co-coordinators Suzana Blesic from the Institute for Medical Research, Stefano Campostrini, and Gaia Bertarelli from the University Ca' Foscari
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