SoluTions foR mItiGatinG climate-induced hEalth tReaths
The TRIGGER project aims to improve the understanding of the potential health implications that may occur in response to a changing climate. Through a set of Living Labs, in which patients and citizens will be part of the research, TRIGGER will identify, monitor, and quantify direct and indirect impacts of climate change-induced environmental hazards on human health. The project is funded by the European Commission and runs from September 2022 to February 2027.
To deepen the current understanding of the complex linkage between climate, human health and ecosystems and to use this knowledge in practice
To collect health, weather-climate, environmental and socio-economic data
To construct a concrete and workable toolbox, policy briefs and guidelines to support policy and decision-makers in developing and applying climate policies and actions
To develop effective tools and replicable methods for tackling climate-related challenges
G2G is the leader of the Work Package on Exploitation and Policy impacts, which focuses on providing practitioners and policymakers with the most relevant information as well as the widest commercial and business use of the relevant and exploitable TRIGGER project outcomes.
G2G main activities are:
Create and put into action commercial exploitation methods for TRIGGER project results
Ensure that appropriate IP management processes and methods are established and in line with the chosen exploitation strategies
Make use of possible licensing and consultation strategies
The project brings together 22 partners from 15 different countries across Europe.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No. 101057739.