Mètode 114 One health: un món, una salut

Although a One Health perspective has, in one way or another, been around at least since the time of Hippocrates, the term itself was coined by William Karesh in a

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societats

Building on the evolutionary basis of cooperation, this monograph looks at human social structures, from the most ancient and simple to the most complex of modern societies.
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Livestock grazing modifies and even degrades arid ecosystems, which threatens the sustainability of livestock farming itself.

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Desertification is a global environmental challenge requiring a response validated by both science and politics.
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Drylands contain great biodiversity. Their extension is growing due to climate change, so it is more and more essential to get to know more about them.
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The texts in this monograph try to help us to understand the importance of drylands and the need for their development go hand in hand with the protection of their resources.
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Gattaca's message should be reconsidered as a defence of the possibility to create superior post-humans through genetic engineering.
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Stories about the future, and about the humans living in the future, stem from our awareness of our own limitations and all that which we may never be.
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Human enhancement through genome editing is one of the goals of transhumanism, but its implementation might generate important discriminations.
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Scientific advances have, for the first time, presented plausible genetic interventions for the directed evolution of humans.
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Current biotechnology is transforming what we understand as human. This article explores some of these technologies and their social, ethical, and philosophical implications.
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Marejada 8. Marina Núñez

This monograph explores transhumanism and provides arguments to participate in what might very well be the most important debate in our history.
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covid-19 and climate change

The paper reviews the impact that COVID-19 has had on the ambitions of countries to meet the Paris Accord of reducing emissions to keep global temperature increases to below 2 ºC in this century.
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Climate change has been at the centre of the environmental debate for three decades. The fight needs an innovative approach based on citizen politics and social transformation.
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Gender is a key axis of social inequality that intersects with other systems of power and marginalization to cause unequal experiences of climate change vulnerability and adaptive capacity.
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Studying citrus tolerance responses to climate change may hold the key to developing new citrus varieties capable of withstanding future environmental conditions while still maintaining production.
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High mountains are among the regions most affected by climate change. We analyse why they are important and what problems they are facing today.
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Some alterations associated with this new Anthropocene climate system are already irreversible and exceed the natural variability of the last few thousand years.
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consulta sobre comunciació científica

We analyse the international CONCISE project that studies, through public consultations on science communication, the way in which society is involved in citizen science, a discipline that is becoming more and more widespread.
 
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Interest in gambling disorder (pathological gambling) has been growing in both the clinical and scientific community. This has permitted a better understanding of the pathology and the design of potential therapeutic options.
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desenvolupament de medicaments per la FDA

Substance use disorder (SUD) is a significant public health concern. Unfortunately, there are few safe and effective medications to treat SUD and efficacy is suboptimal.
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alcohol

The best treatments for alcohol dependence are currently those developed within multidisciplinary programmes, which include psychological, sociological, and medical dimensions. It is important to consider recovery as the culmination of a process of change.
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alcohol use disorder

Drinking alcohol is an established and normalised practice in our society, even though it can increase the chance of negative consequences for the drinkers or their environment.
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As with other animal species such as crayfish, drugs activate our brain's reward system to induce a false signal announcing the arrival of a great benefit for our survival.
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