SoluTions foR mItiGatinG climate-induced hEalth thReats

TRIGGER will deepen current understanding of the linkage between climate, health and ecosystems (exposome framework) and use this knowledge to advance society uptake at personal and policy level. To meet the ambition, TRIGGER will commit an interdisciplinary consortium of 22 partners in 15 countries that will develop an outreaching clinical study composed by a multi-dimensional approach that capitalizes also on existing retrospective studies and will build an international climate service for global health protection, in line with COPERNICUS initiatives.

TRIGGER will deepen current understanding of the linkage between climate, health and ecosystems (exposome framework) and use this knowledge to advance society uptake at personal and policy level. To meet the ambition, TRIGGER will commit an interdisciplinary consortium of 22 partners in 15 countries that will develop an outreaching clinical study composed by a multi-dimensional approach that capitalizes also on existing retrospective studies and will build an international climate service for global health protection, in line with COPERNICUS initiatives.

our Pillars

Trans-disciplinary investigations to build up systemic knowledge.

Integration and
usability of
research results.

Development of practical know-how and workable tools to monitor, predict and mitigate risks for human health connected to climate change.
Climate-Health Connection (CHC) Labs and Partners

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CLIMATE-HEALTH CLUSTER

TRIGGER is one of the 6 research and innovation projects that form the Climate-Health Cluster, funded by the European Commission Horizon Europe programme and the European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA).

All cluster projects address climate change-induced health risks and help increase preparedness and adaptation by creating synergies, sharing experiences and knowledge, and developing aligned communication actions to maximise impact.

Visit the web to learn more about the Cluster!

CLIMATE-HEALTH

CLUSTER

TRIGGER is one of the 6 research and innovation projects that form the Climate-Health Cluster, funded by the European Commission Horizon Europe programme and the European Health and Digital Executive Agency (HaDEA).

All cluster projects address climate change-induced health risks and help increase preparedness and adaptation by creating synergies, sharing experiences and knowledge, and developing aligned communication actions to maximise impact.

Visit the web to learn more about the Cluster!

NEWS

TRIGGER General Assembly Meeting in Oulu, Finland

TRIGGER General Assembly Meeting in Oulu, Finland

The TRIGGER project recently held a two-day General Assembly meeting in the city of Oulu, Finland, on June 10th and 11th. Hosted by the University of Oulu, one of the project's key partners, the meeting brought together collaborators from various countries involved in...

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Interview with our project coordinator
Prof. Silvana Di Sabatino

During the project’s 2nd General Assembly in Crete, our project coordinator Prof. Silvana Di Sabatino from ALMA MATER STUDIORUM – University of Bologna (UNIBO) explained what is the TRIGGER Project about in an interview.

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Partners