End Pandemics Action Initiative

United for Regeneration’s End Pandemics Action Initiative aims to prevent future pandemics by eradicating the root causes of Covid-19 and the prior five pandemics, including HIV and Ebola. These solutions support biodiversity, climate and economic development. Our work in Thailand contributed to systematic implementation that is now being considered by ASEAN and was published to inspire action by world leaders at the upcoming G20 meeting and beyond.


  1. CNN spot for B.Grimm – EndPandemics

    Watch the B.Grimm/EndPandemics Campaign spot that was featured on CNN: Preventing future pandemics by ending the commercial trade in wild animals, expanding wild habitat, and protecting livelihoods.

  2. EndPandemics Roadmap

    End Pandemics published a step by step Roadmap to End Pandemics by addressing the root causes of Covid-19 and the five prior pandemics, including HIV and Ebola. The Roadmap is available in English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese and Thai.

  3. Act Now to Prevent New Pandemics: Appeal to G20 Leaders

    United for Regeneration’s Action Initiative to End Pandemics publishes an open appeal to G20 leaders to take concrete action to prevent future pandemics. The paper presents three steps to global recovery and regeneration, including specific recommendations to reduce risk of new pandemics by addressing their root causes.

  4. The Case for a Planetary Security Program

    United for Regeneration’s End Pandemics Action Initiative publishes a case for a planetary security program, “Stop the New Global Terror: Pandemics”. The paper is co-authored by EndPandemics campaign leaders Steven R. Galster, Dr. Niall McCann, Dr. Andrey V. Kushlin & Walter Link.

  5. WATCH! EndPandemics: Appeal to World Leaders

    Watch the livestreamed event! More than 4 million in just 20 months. The global economy has been seriously set back, with experts projecting $11+ trillion in costs. And there are concerns that new viruses or variants may circumvent current vaccination programs. How do we move beyond our current reactive mode, to preventing new pandemics from occurring in the first place?