TRIGGER Project presentation at the EGU

Exciting news for the TRIGGER Project!

The project was recently presented at the European Geosciences Union (EGU) 2024 General Assembly.

Claudia Di Napoli, a Biometeorologist Scientist involved in the project, convened the Presenting Interactive Content (PICO) session on “Climate, Extremes, and Health: Mapping Risks and Quantifying Impacts on Population Health,” featuring over 30 presenters.

She also showcased a poster in the session “Reducing the Impacts of Natural Hazards through Forecast-based Action: New Insights from People-centered, Impact-based Warning Systems,” discussing the TRIGGER weather-driven early warning system for human health. The presentation drew significant interest, highlighting TRIGGER’s interdisciplinary and innovative approach to addressing climate health-induced issues.

The TRIGGER Project focuses on deepening the current understanding of the linkage between climate, health, and ecosystems (exposome framework) and using this knowledge to advance society’s uptake at the personal and policy levels.

For more information, visit the TRIGGER Project website, and follow their Social Media Channels! Link here