From CSR to macro-social responsibility

Global warming is considered by the World Health Organization (WHO) as one of the greatest threats of the XXI e century for human health. WHO estimates that in 2012, 12, 6 million deaths (23% of deaths worldwide that year) could be attributed to changes in environmental factors.

The effects of global warming, including re-emergence of infectious diseases, constitute not only a major health issue but also a socio-economic objective of the first order for public health actors, biopharmaceutical industries and all economic actors in worldwide.