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  • Discover IDAlert’s 6 hot spots

Six climate-emergence hotspots, with different ecological settings and climate-induced disease threats, have been chosen to evaluate, design and test the IDAlert decision-support tools.


  • The importance of Citizen Science

In the IDAlert project, citizen science contributes towards studying, monitoring and fighting the spread of invasive species of mosquitos and ticks capable of transmitting diseases.


  • Mapping the needs of stakeholders

A co-creation workshop between national level and local level stakeholders was held where stakeholders’ wishes and unmet needs were mapped to craft the tools and services IDAlert will create during the project’s lifetime.


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Case Study: Heidelberg, Germany

Learn more about Heidelberg as a case study within the IDAlert project.


Press releases

June 2022

PR01-22: Strengthening Europe’s resilience to emerging health threats
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Newsletter #1
December 2022 edition
Newsletter #2
July 2023 edition
Newsletter #3
To be released in December 2023

Climatic health bulletins

Our quarterly Climatic Health Bulletins are directed towards medical and health practitioners. They will share information on seasonal disease risk indicators in Europe.

The first bulletin is planned to be released during the third quarter of 2023.

Climatic Health Bulletin #1
Release date: third quarter 2023

Scientific publications

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