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About Rodrigo Zeidan
The framework seems solid and of course good to link public health to climate and other global change dynamics, but adding scale as a sixth factor would make it even more robust; interventions vary- some work well at a local level, some more at a community or urban scale (especially when, as we've seen with COVID19 response, that's where the action is),some at nation/state, some at continental or international scales. One size doesn't fit all, and focusing on the community to urban scale (10,000 to 1 million) may prove to be the sweet spot where local and global converge: https://medium.com/@markmccaffrey_90684/from-person-to-planet-in-ten-easy-steps-29b08f13edb5
Thank you. I do use such a division to motivate my teaching. The static framework here can and indeed should be expanded. I am glad you enjoyed reading it.