A systemic approach to managing urban and natural resources.
Date: September 27-28, 2022 | Location: University of Catania, Catania, Sicily, Italy
International One Health Conference 2022. A systemic approach to managing urban and natural resources was held at the University of Catania. The One Health Conference focuses on a systemic approach to manage urban and natural resources. The event is an online-hybrid conference of 2 days to share and debate on experiences of systemic approaches to One Health and to possible envisions for a better systemic approach to managing urban and natural resources. The One Health Conference aims to activate synergic dialogues among disciplinary research fields and action domains among researchers, experts and students. The One health conceptual framework and the possible contribution from the One Health approach in the urban resilience capacities enhancement will be the core of the congress dialogues.
The Metabolism of Cities Living Lab researchers Fernandez Gabriela, Maione Carol, Yang Harrison, Zaballa Karenina, Bonnici Norbert, Carter Jarai, Tsou Ming-Hsiang presented research on “Covid-19 societal effects and perceptions: The case study of Italy” and Maione Carol presented a “Standard Operating Procedure for the Analysis of Microplastics in Larval Fish Diets” at the One Health International Conference at the University of Catania, in Catania, Italy.
The Conference was organized and coordinated by Dr. Margherita Ferrante (University of Catania, Director of the Laboratory of Environmental and Food Hygiene (LIAA) in the Department of Medical, Surgical Sciences and Advanced Technologies), Dr. Domenico Vito (Metabolism of Cities Living Lab, Center for Human Dynamics in the Mobile Age, San Diego State University), Dr. Gabriela Fernandez (Metabolism of Cities Living Lab, Center for Human Dynamics in the Mobile Age, San Diego State University), Dr. Gea Oliveri Conti (University of Catania, Italy), Dr. Paolo Lauriola (Scientific Responsible RIMSA, ISDE), Carol Maione (Metabolism of Cities Living Lab, Center for Human Dynamics in the Mobile Age, San Diego State University, and Politecnico di Milano), Dr. Alessandro Miani (University of Milan and Italian Society of Environmental Medicine, SIMA), Dr. Prisco Piscitelli (Euro Mediterranean Scientific Biomedical Institute and Vice President of the Italian Socity of Environmental Medicine (SIMA), Dr. Valerio Paolini (CNR-IIA), Dr. Lorenzo Pagliano (Politecnico di Milano, Department of Energy and eERG – end use Efficiency Research Group), Dr. Maria Neira (Department of Environment, Climate Change and Health, World Health Organization), Peter Van der Hazel (ISDE International), Dr. Maria Neira, Ingrid Coetzee (ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability), Giulia Bosi, (Universita Sant’Anna di Pisa), Mohamed Banni (University of Sousse), Antonio Moreda Pineiro (Santiago de Compostela-USC), Carlos Dora (ISUH), | University of Catania, Laboratorio di igiene ambientale e degli alimenti, Metabolism of Cities Living Lab, Center for Human Dynamics in the Mobile Age, San Diego State University; Rete Italiana Medici Sentinella per l’ambiente (RIMSA); Societa Italiana di Medicina Ambientale (SIMA); Movimento Azzurro; Pasticfree; International Society of Doctors for Environment (ISDE); Libertas Studenti Liberi e Forti; In Med; Institute on Atmospheric Pollution of the National Research Council (CNR-IIA).
Organizing Committee: Melissa Jimenez Gomez Tagle (Graduate Student, Technical University of Munich (TUM); Graziella Machado (Physician, Biologist and Master Student in Information Technologies and Health Management from the Federal University of Health Sciences of Porto Alegre (UFCSPA); Giuseppe Melita (MD, Social Activist and former student representative at the coordination of the School of Medicine Committee at the University of Catania); Nicole Addati Sansonetti (Architect, IUAV University of Venice in Architecture and Innovation), Sabrina Avvantaggiato (Architect, University of Florence), Dr. Antonio Cristaldi (Biologist, Researcher in General and Applied Hygiene, University of Catania), Dr. Chiara Copat (Biologist, Researcher in General Applied Hygiene Laboratory of Environmental and Food Hygiene (LIAA), Alfina Grasso (Specialist in Clinical Pathology, Research Fellow, Department of Medical, Surgical Sciences and Advanced Technologies, GF. Ingrassia)