Living and working in a health-promoting environment

Research and innovation supported under this destination should contribute to living and working environments are health-promoting and sustainable thanks to better understanding of environmental, occupational, social and economic determinants of health.

Destination 2 aims at filling knowledge gaps in the understanding of the impacts on our health and well-being of those environmental, occupational and socio-economic risk factors that have the most significant or widespread societal impacts such as indoor and outdoor air pollution, chemicals, non-ionizing radiation (electromagnetic fields), urbanisation, climate and other environmental changes, socio-economic inequalities, and changing working environments.

For an informal summary of the draft calls under this Destination see ISERD's leaflet