About

The Research for Ecosocial and Equitable Transformation (RESET) Team aims to strengthen environmental and community health through intersectional and community-oriented research, evidence building, and policy formation. The team addresses social inequities in health by working upstream on interconnections between human, animal and ecosystem health in service of planetary health. We are committed to connecting theory to practice and addressing urgent real world challenges by supporting unlearning and relearning around seemingly intractable local through to global issues. In our eco-social health equity work we produce transdisciplinary knowledge, tools and processes that are informed by the principles of social and intergenerational justice, decolonization and earth centered work, equitable and just approaches to sustainability, strengths and asset based forms of inquiry and whole of person approaches to health and wellbeing.