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This page shows the latest Climate change news and features for those working in and with pharma, biotech and healthcare.

Novo Nordisk targets renewable energy switch by 2030

Novo Nordisk targets renewable energy switch by 2030

The Copenhagen-headquartered company wants to be a leader in the switch to renewable energy, as part of an urgent move away from fossil fuels that is needed to limit climate ... The issue has been highlighted by a growing climate change protest movement,

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  • UK unveils new antibiotic buying plan, pharma incentives UK unveils new antibiotic buying plan, pharma incentives

    Economic Forum in Davos, where he said AMR is “as big a danger as climate change or warfare.and needs an urgent global response”.

  • Under pressure Under pressure

    is entirely context dependent, just like the selection pressures implied by climate change.

  • EC slammed for pharma oversight changes EC slammed for pharma oversight changes

    This] threatens Europe's ability to prepare for major health crises such as outbreaks of infectious diseases and health threats arising from climate change. ... climate change, whilst putting the public interest behind the drive for profits in drug

  • Pharma’s shrinking waterhole Pharma’s shrinking waterhole

    We see this when climate change alters habitats. Few creatures (Homo sapiens is the best example) are able to thrive in many different habitats and it was this biological metaphor, about ... the reasons that some species can survive change and others

  • Future imperfect: How breakthrough technology can support healthcare Future imperfect: How breakthrough technology can support healthcare

    as - in his words - the “age of plenty” is coming to an end amid dwindling supplies of oil, water, food, raw materials and the ravaging impact of climate change. ... Climate change is admittedly controversial, but if current estimates by the

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  • The roaring ‘20s and Generation Z The roaring ‘20s and Generation Z

    Strategy, craft and creativity are required when communicating about climate change, but also when talking about individual people’s lives. ... It’s a hugely positive change, but requires skill from an agency to manage the execution.

  • Allergies and asthma Allergies and asthma

    death from an allergic reaction. On top of that, the prevalence of allergic diseases and asthma is growing rapidly in parallel to risk factors that include urbanisation, industrialisation, pollution, climate change

  • Aiming high for women Aiming high for women

    Setting such lofty global goals “creates the momentum for change,” she says. ... 13. Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.

  • The AMR threat The AMR threat

    The AMR threat. “The threat of antimicrobial resistance is akin to climate change and, despite two and a half years of hard work by many people, we have not yet got

  • How to jump-start your multichannel strategy How to jump-start your multichannel strategy

    60% rated the pace of change within their organisation as slow or very slow. ... Behaviour. Create a climate for change by:. understanding internal attitudes and beliefs.

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  • Addressing Climate Impact: The Healthcare Paradox Addressing Climate Impact: The Healthcare Paradox

    For the healthcare and pharmaceutical industry, the impact of climate change is twofold – responding to the increased risk of certain diseases and conditions and decarbonising their own processes and products to ... Andrew Harrison. Managing Director,

  • All Change: The Challenges of Embracing a Plant-Based Diet

    The recent  Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report ‘Climate Change and Land’ illustrates that in all likelihood our current trajectory will lead to severe, adverse effects on the climate. ... It is not without risk but the change

  • Curb your enthusiasm (if you want to impress)

    This is how you gain credibility, and credibility builds trust. Persuading people in any walk of life to change their beliefs and behaviour is not easy. ... Even with a topic as pressing as climate change, the messages are so mixed that people ignore

  • What are you doing, Dave?

    When Arthur C. Clarke wrote 2001, he believed that intelligent computers would transform our capabilities, solving problems that are impervious to human reason. Alexa, halt climate change.

  • 'Fake news': battling misinformation in healthcare

    Not only that, but accurate and effective scientific communication to the public empowers them to act on this knowledge and regulates expectations – for example reducing water waste to combat climate change

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