One Health; Operationalizing One Health in the Arctic
Sustainable Development Working Group (SDWG)
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One Health is a particularly well-matched tool to advance the understanding of health threats from the direct and indirect impacts of climate change in the Arctic. As a multidisciplinary approach, One Health strengthens coordination between and among a wide range of scientific disciplines and stakeholder. One Health enhances participatory community-based approaches for identifying and responding to health issues in communities which take into account traditional and local knowledge (TLK).
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