Our Expertise

Our interdisciplinary research community combines a wide range of perspectives and expertise, across health inequalities, psychology, economics, systems science, and climate modelling. We have particular strengths in the following areas:

  • Understandings of the socio-economic, political and wider environmental factors that contribute to health inequalities
  • Understanding the impact of climate change and climate action on health and social inequalities
  • Maximising opportunities for climate, health and social equity co-benefits
  • Social science and systems science in relation to climate change, health, and health and social equity
  • Understanding behaviour change in the context of climate change and health
  • Developing and evaluating evidence-based climate change mitigation and adaptation solutions
  • Understanding and influencing the policy landscape around climate change and health
  • Mental health e.g., climate anxiety, general wellbeing
  • Cost effectiveness: costs and benefits of climate mitigation and adaptation
  • Global perspectives on climate change and health