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Integrating Environment and Health Research: a Vision for the EU

Livrables

HERA publicity materials

This deliverable comprises logo (visuals), roll-up, thematic leaflet or factsheet to be distributed to stakeholders in meetings at the start of HERA project, and at a later stage also a brochure summarizing HERA project. Will be gradually updated in the course of the project implementation.

Guidelines for stakeholder consultation

We will prepare guidelines for stakeholders to be consulted depending on the type of stakeholders

Overview of key topics in policy and practice in the environment, climate and health nexus, in current policy programs, research agendas and future outlook studies

This deliverable will present an organized overview of topics for the strategic research agenda of HERA, as identified in existing programs, agendas and studies

White paper describing the current research and identified gaps (traditional E&H research fields)

The white paper will summarize the research conducted in Europe with respect to the traditional classification of environmental exposures and identify the research gaps.

HERA Website

The website will provide updated information on objective of the project, highlight important events, meetings and undertakings as well as information on HERA partners. Will be regularly updated to capture the progress in the HERA implementation and outputs for use of other stakeholders

White paper describing the current research and identified gaps (holistic approaches)

The white paper will summarize the research conducted in Europe with respect to for example the exposomics concept that summarize numerous traditional environmental exposures and identify the research gaps.

White paper describing the current research and identified gaps (problem and sector-based approaches)

The white paper will summarize the research conducted in Europe with respect to sectors and problems such as for example urban environments or climate change, which alter numerous traditional environmental exposures and identify the research gaps