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Global Health and Environmental Governance

As global population growth, limited natural resources are facing increasing pressure. Factors such as climate change and rapid urbanization have further exacerbated the status. Supporting by domestic and international partners from governments, institutions and enterprises, the institute will build an eco-innovation platform, conducting research on identification and intervention of environmental risk factors, climate and health intervention assessment, clean energy transition, and promoting China’s achieving carbon neutrality by 2060 and the "one world, one health" global sustainable development.