Dr. Muhammad Saleem Pomee introduced the TRIGGER project, which seeks to deepen the understanding of the relationship between climate change, human health, and ecosystems. Through the creation of five Climate-Health Connection (CHC) Labs across Europe, including cities like Augsburg, Bologna, Geneva and Oulu, the TRIGGER consortium aims to collect and analyze data representing diverse climatic, social, economic, and cultural contexts. The partnership of the University of Augsburg is led by Prof. Elke Hertig. Dr. Saleem’s speech encapsulated the project’s objective, combining insights, enjoyment, and a shared commitment to developing international solutions for global health protection. His speech triggered an engaging discussion among the participants!