SNAPP: Ecological levers for health: Advancing a priority agenda for disease ecology and planetary health in the 21st century

Principal Investigators:

Susanne H. Sokolow, and Kevin D. Lafferty

Our children's and grandchildren's health depends on wise stewardship of natural ecosystems. But even as evidence amasses for links between human health and environmental change, we lack actionable solutions. The UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and a new scientific movement, “Planetary Health,” are drawing attention to these issues and raising questions about how habitable climate, clean water, fiber, fuel, and natural products, among other services and subsidies, relates to human health. Whereas past efforts have promoted the concept,... more

Participants and Meetings

ActivityDatesFurther Information
Working Group28th—29th June 2017Participant List  

Participant Contact Information

Matthew H. Bondsmhbonds [at] gmail.comHarvard Medical School
Julien Brunbrun [at] nceas.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Rebecca Chaplin Kramerrchaplinkramer [at] gmail.comStanford University
Giulio De Leodeleo [at] stanford.eduStanford University
Andrew P. Dobsondobber [at] princeton.eduPrinceton University
Heather Evesheather.eves [at] TNC.ORGThe Nature Conservancy
Andres Garchitorenaandres_garchitorenagarcia [at] hms [at] harvard.eduHarvard Medical School
Craig Grovescraig_groves [at] tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
Skylar Hopkinshopkins [at] nceas.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Isabel Jonesisajones [at] stanford.eduStanford University
Armand Kuriskuris [at] lifesci.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Desiree LaBeauddlabeaud [at] stanford.eduStanford University
Kevin D. Laffertylafferty [at] lifesci.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Sandra LaneySandra.Laney [at] gatesfoundation.orgBill and Melinda Gates Foundation
David Lopez-Carrcarr [at] geog.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Steve Lubysluby [at] stanford.eduStanford University
Andrea Lundandrea.janelle.lund [at] gmail.comStanford University
Andrew J. MacDonaldandy.j.macdon [at] gmail.comStanford University
Lisa A Mandlelmandle [at] stanford.eduStanford University
Erin A. Mordecaiemordeca [at] stanford.eduStanford University
Megan Murraymmurray [at] hsph.harvard.eduHarvard Medical School
Rebekah NealRebekah.Neal [at] gatesfoundation.orgBill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Sarah Olsonsolson [at] wcs.orgWildlife Conservation Society Canada
John Openshawjjo [at] stanford.eduStanford University
Alison Peela.peel [at] griffith.edu.auGriffith University
Raina Plowrightrplowright [at] gmail.comPennsylvania State University
Justin Remaisjvr [at] berkeley.eduUniversity of California, Berkeley
Taylor RickettsTaylor.Ricketts [at] uvm.eduUniversity of Vermont
Susanne H. Sokolowssokolow [at] stanford.eduStanford University
Gary Taborgary [at] largelandscapes.orgCenter for Large Landscape Conservation
Heather Tallishtallis [at] tnc.orgThe Nature Conservancy
David Tilmantilman [at] umn.eduUniversity of Minnesota
Kinari Webbkinariwebb [at] gmail.comHealth in Harmony
Geoff Willardwillard [at] nceas.ucsb.eduUniversity of California, Santa Barbara
Chelsea L. Woodchelwood [at] uw.eduStanford University

Products: Publications, Reports, Datasets, Presentations, Visualizations

TypeProducts of NCEAS Research
Journal Article De Leo, Giulio; Sokolow, Susanne H.; Garchitorena, Andres; Ngonghala, Calistus; Lund, Andrea; Barry, Michele; Burke, Katherine; Mordecai, Erin A.; Daily, Gretchen; Jones, James H.; Andrews, Jason; Bendavid, Eran; Luby, Steve; LaBeaud, Desiree; Seetah, Krish; Guegan, Jean-Francois; Lafferty, Kevin D.; Wood, Chelsea L.; Jones, Isabel; Bonds, Matthew H. 2017. A novel framework to account for ecological drivers in the control and elimination of environmentally transmitted disease: a modelling study. The Lancet. (Abstract)
Journal Article Ngonghala, Calistus; De Leo, Giulio; Pascual, Mercedes; Keenan, Donald C; Dobson, Andrew P.; Bonds, Matthew H. 2017. General ecological models for human subsistence, health and poverty. Nature Ecology & Evolution. (Abstract)
"SNAPP: Ecological levers for health: Advancing a priority agenda for disease ecology and planetary health in the 21st century" is project ID: 12762