Participative “Leave no-one behind” Dimension
There is no real implementation if there is no participation.
There is no long term compliance without stakeholders and citizen engagement.
For these reasons in this dimension we want to foster the participative aspect of the One-Health approach. We want to do it following the Leave no one behind (LNOB) principle.
Leave no one behind (LNOB) is the central, transformative pillar of 2030 Agenda and SDG. It represents the unequivocal “commitment to eradicate poverty in all its forms, end discrimination and exclusion, and reduce the inequalities and vulnerabilities that leave people behind and undermine the potential of individuals and of humanity as a whole”
In order to apply these principles inside the One-Health we are gonna propose here a participatory inquiry on Eco-anxiety.As climate change worsens and public awareness of its severe impact increases, people are increasingly experiencing distressing mental health symptoms that are often lumped together under new concepts, such as Climate Anxiety or CCA and Eco-Anxiety or EA – Eco-Anxiety. To promote a participatory One-Health approach indeed is import to assess with them the levels and the perception of Eco-Anxiety and we will do it in collaboration with the KOSMA Observatory
- Healthy Cities
- One-Health in Vulnerable communities