The “Health and Environment: from Safety and Security Issues to New Governance Options?”
programme of Ifri seeks to elucidate the linkages that can exist between health and environmental issuesand security considerations, and to analyse the impacts of such linkages in terms of efficiency and of thegovernance options available to international actors. The programme also wishes to stimulate a widerdebate within the global civil society and bring to the fore innovative perspectives on these issues,through the linking together of practitioners within a dedicated network.As part of the Health and Environment programme of Ifri, a minimum of three case-studies on globalhealth and environmental issues are published each year: the
Health & Environment Reports
. All reportshave an empirical, comparative and policy-oriented approach, and comprise:
An empirical analysis of the health and/ or environmental issue under study;
A prospective analysis of the future developments of the issue under study;
The Health and Environment programme of Ifri is supported by the Taipei Representative Office in France.
Editor: Aline LEBOEUFDeputy Editor: Emma BROUGHTONLayout assistant: Amira KORKOR