Stories about how the health of humans, animals and ecosystems are tightly bound together.
One Health is, essentially, about the interrelated nature of life on earth. Sickness in animals can have a devastating effect on the human world. Environmental ruin can cause food shortages for people and animals alike. Our One Health research encompasses issues such as food security, over-grazing, pollution, market economies, waste management, policy and politics.
Discover how Edinburgh's influence helps shape and inform our approach to One Health.
Food production is under strain as demand grows, especially in areas buffeted by climate change. Data from satellites – combined with more earthly information – can help feed the world.From above the Earth to the plate
The wealth of marine life and priceless geological features in Scotland's coastal waters are at risk from activities such as fishing and mining. A legal tweak could turn the tide.A sea change in the law
Cows are plentiful in East Africa, yet many children in the region lack the vital nutrients the animals could provide. One researcher is on a mission to tackle hunger by finding out why.Cracking the cattle conundrum