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2020

HeatExhaustion_MaskOn
29 Jun 2020

截至2020年6月中,全球2019冠狀病毒疾病(COVID-19)染病人數已突破8百萬人,而死亡人數則超過45萬,雖然全球多個地方的新增個案已受到控制,而在本港更多時沒有新增本地個案,但外出時需要戴口罩的措施似乎仍需維持一段日子。今年,相信世界各地都需要過一個戴口罩的夏季!

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The Global Risks Report 2020 Cover - WEF
08 May 2020

At a critical time when collective action is essential to correct the failures of climate change, biodiversity loss and infectious disease, nations are more fragmented than ever.

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2019

28 Mar 2019

Recent review of more than 180 studies on the health impact of heatwaves published during 1946-2017 reports that there are substantial gaps between the research effort on the health impact of heatwaves and the need of population.

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2018

03 Jul 2018

Climate change is one of the main global environmental changes which the world is experiencing in the 21st century. Urban communities are vulnerable to climate impact for its high density based living arrangements and its heavy reliance on life-line infrastructures for basic survival needs. Collaborating Centre for Oxford University and CUHK for Disaster and Medical Humanitarian Response (CCOUC)

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2016

27 May 2016

A brief review is offered o the scientific background for human-induced climate change. Drawing mostly from the findings of the latest Assessment Report of the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a survey is made of the observed evolution of climate signals in the past decades, and the projected development of these signals towards the end of the 21st century.

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2015

26 Oct 2015

Climate change is an important topic for public health practice. As the frequency and severity of climate-related disasters increase, in order to protect health and well-being, the need to understand and prepare for unforeseeable events is rapidly growing. This course will provide participants with an overview of issues in relation to climate change and health in the context of public health practice. 

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Train-the-Trainer Programme
15 Oct 2015

Asia-Pacific Region suffers the highest number of disasters across the globe.

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