We’re building a planetary health network of people and organisations who want to preserve the health of the planet and all the living systems it supports.
Email us at email@example.com to join up and get involved.
InVIVO Planetary Health
InVIVO Planetary Health have a growing Early Career Researcher network. They hold ECR-focused activities to help you build your skills and reach like-minded academics. They also have a regular newsletter to keep members updated on what’s been happening in the organisation.
PlaHNet of Young Professionals
The Planetary Health Network of Young Professionals was founded with the belief that there’s an urgent need to raise awareness of the man-made changes that humanity has done to the planet and their harmful effects to our ecosystems and ultimately human health. For them, the young leaders and professionals of today are the future. Increasing their cognisance about Planetary Health now will pave the way for a sustainable future. You can find them on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.
RHUL Climate Action
RHUL Climate Action are a student group dedicated to assisting the global climate change movement from Royal Holloway. They regularly host events to discuss, and keep students informed on, steps the university is taking to improve its environmental footprint. Find them on Facebook.
Royal Holloway on Ecosia
Royal Holloway on Ecosia are a student-led campaign promoting Ecosia – a search engine that plants trees. They aim to inspire Royal Holloway to make environmentally friendly changes on campus, starting with setting ‘Ecosia’ as the default search engine. Find them on Facebook, Instagram, or drop them an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Royal Holloway, University of London
Royal Holloway, University of London is the coordinating institution for the North European Hub of the Planetary Health Alliance. It is in the top 25% of UK universities for world-leading and internationally excellent research.