Aligning Evidence Generation and Use Across Health, Development, and Environment
Bridge Collaborative’s article published in the journal Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability presents recommendations and a proposed approach for better using evidence that spans environmental, health and development sectors.
The Bridge Collaborative is driving a fundamental shift in how we think, plan, fund and work across sectors to make bigger change faster. We unite people and organizations in health, development and the environment with the evidence and tools to tackle the world’s most pressing challenges—from air pollution and poverty, to biodiversity loss and malnutrition, to climate change and inequality. Because there’s only one way to solve the most critical problems we face: Together.
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Today’s greatest global challenges can only be solved if we work together more effectively across the global development, health, and environmental communities. Towards that, the Bridge Collaborative and UNDP have partnered on a new report highlighting three global challenges that require cross-sector solutions to accelerate progress on the SDGs. To address these challenges, we identify nine actions that governments, civil society, and other actors can take now to drive bigger change faster. Read our report here.
Learn about the cross-cutting power and potential of clean cooking from one of our members: leading environmental health expert, Sumi Mehta.
Video courtesy of Sumi Mehta and the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves.