The Lancet Planetary Health is a new online journal which cover the interplay between health and the determinants of health in our living and physical world.
The Lancet Planetary Health is a new online-only title in The Lancet’s growing family of specialty journals, joining The Lancet Public Health and The Lancet Global Health to provide a third pillar in The Lancet’s open-access programme. Building on the foundation of The Rockefeller Foundation–Lancet Commission on planetary health, this monthly journal is committed to publishing high-quality original research Articles, Editorials, Comments, and Correspondence that cover the interplay between health and the determinants of health in our living and physical world.
List of articles from the last few issues:
- Land degradation: a solution is possible
- Climate change—the wider threat
- Missing in climate action: concrete health activities in nationally determined contributions
- Connecting planetary health, climate change, and migration
- The impact of climate change on youth depression and mental health
- Drought: a global environmental concern
- Comprehensive assessment of climate change risks
- Human health: is it who you are or where you live?
- A call for epidemiology where the air pollution is
- Carbon emissions and public health: an inverse association?