The intersectoral action needed for the future health of people and planet

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Global environmental change is the greatest global threat facing the world in the 21st century, but it is also the greatest opportunity to redefine the commercial, social, political and environmental determinants of health, and to redress related inequities within and across countries and communities.

This webinar will consider what intersectoral action and approaches are needed to secure the future health of people and planet, in particular to both adapt to - and mitigate - the consequences of global environmental change.

The webinar will be action-oriented in approach and focused on audience engagement through the use of polling and Q&A discussion during the webinar and on Twitter with #FutureHealth @georgeinstitute @GeorgeInstUK.

We look forward to you joining us.

CHAIR
Professor Göran Tomson (Distinguished Fellow, The George Institute for Global Health, Counselor on UN Agenda 2030 to President’s office, Karolinska Institutet, and Co-Founder, Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation)

KEYNOTE
Sir Andrew Haines (Professor LSHTM Centre on Climate Change & Planetary Health)

PANELLISTS
Dr Shyama Kuruvilla (Senior Strategic Advisor, World Health Organization)
Dr Jemilah Mahmood (Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Malaysia Muhyiddin Yassin on Public Health)
Dr Sulakshana Nandi (National Joint Convenor, People’s Health Movement India, PHM Global)
Professor Ole Petter Ottersen (President, Karolinska Institutet)

N.B. This webinar will be recorded. By registering to attend, you agree that The George Institute may send you information in the future about our work. You can opt out at any time.