JBSP: ‘Time to Treat the Climate & Nature Crisis as One Indivisible Global Health Emergency’

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OPEN ACCESS: Available now online, an editorial published in multiple journals including the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology.

“Time to Treat the Climate and Nature Crisis as One Indivisible Global Health Emergency”

JBSP (Published online: 04 Dec 2023). Open Access article.

Questions about the relations between environmental crises, health and injustices have become increasingly important to phenomenological inquiry in recent years. These questions also have an urgency and existential significance that extends beyond any academic domain. The JBSP is thus happy to join this initiative and publish this editorial to mark the occasion of COP28.

– The JBSP Editorial Team

Full article: https://doi.org/10.1080/00071773.2023.2287290

Kamran Abbasi, Editor-in-Chief, BMJ; Parveen Ali, Editor-in-Chief, International Nursing Review; Virginia Barbour, Editor-in-Chief, Medical Journal of Australia; Thomas Benfield, Editor-in-Chief, Danish Medical Journal; Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, Editor-in-Chief, JAMA; Stephen Hancocks, Editor-in-Chief, British Dental Journal; Richard Horton, Editor-in-Chief, The Lancet; Laurie Laybourn-Langton, University of Exeter; Robert Mash, Editor-in-Chief, African Journal of Primary Health Care & Family Medicine; Peush Sahni, Editor-in-Chief, National Medical Journal of India; Wadeia Mohammad Sharief, Editor-in-Chief, Dubai Medical Journal; Abdullah Shehab, Editor-in-Chief, New Emirates Medical Journal; Paul Yonga, Editor-in-Chief, East African Medical Journal; Chris Zielinski, University of Winchester.

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