Yes we need, as the article states, “a “One Health approach” on a scale on par with the threats.”
But the competitive drive for short-term profit under capitalism, and the reduction of all accounting “value” to money profit, means there are vast, powerful interests who inherently oppose any changes that are “on a scale on par with the threats.”
As with all the synergistic metastasizing mega-crises confronting humanity and ecology today: We need a whole-system approach that dis-empowers these distorted interests, dis-empowers capital, and orients society and the economy toward actual human need and ecological recovery.
Single-issue approaches are pretty much doomed to fail, unless and until we address the deep systemic economic drives toward destruction.
Hubristic narcissistic delusions of endless growth and limitless profit are killing everything. We need to see this, and determine to change it.