Since the 2015 launch of the Rockefeller Foundation Lancet Commission on planetary health,1 an enormous groundswell of interest in planetary health education has emerged across many disciplines, institutions, and geographical regions. Advancing these global efforts in planetary health education will equip the next generation of scholars to address crucial questions in this emerging field and support the development of a community of practice. To provide a foundation for the growing interest and efforts in this field, the Planetary Health Alliance has facilitated the first attempt to create a set of principles for planetary health education that intersect education at all levels, across all scales, and in all regions of the world—i e, a set of cross-cutting principles.
Stone, S. B., Golden, C., Myers, S., & Planetary Health Education Brainstorming Group (2018). Cross-cutting principles for planetary health education. Lancet Planetary health, 2(5), 192-194. https://doi.org/10.1016/S2542-5196(18)30022-6