Monday 8th July 2019
St James Park, Birdcage Walk (south of the lake), London, London, SW1A 2BJ, United Kingdom

The World's Biggest Ever Symposium on the Health and Climate Crisis

Two weeks of talks, debates and workshops by surgeons, medics, midwives, GPs, psychiatrists and public health physicians.

Health professionals concerned about the climate crisis are this October hosting the ‘Planetary Health Hub’ to bring together health professionals and concerned individuals who want to inform and act specifically around the health impacts of climate change.

 

Friday 9th December 2016
Friends House, 173-177 Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ, United Kingdom

Two day conference organised by Medact ("Health Professionals for a Better, Safer, Fairer World") - this year themed on sustainabilty and health.

The health community has both a mandate and an interest in calling for the social, political and economic actions required to mitigate and adapt to environmental change. This forum will examine:

Tuesday 3rd February 2015

To mark the launch of the report which makes the health case for divestment from fossil fuel, Healthy Planet and Medact are hosting an evening of discussion and debate on climate, health and fossil fuel finance at LSTHM on February 3rd.  Speakers will include Rachel Stancliffe, Director of the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare, Jon Hoare, Director of Investor Networks at ShareAction, and UCL energy researcher Christophe McGlade. We hope you can join us for what promises to be a lively and informative evening!

Friday 16th May 2014

The Royal Society of Medicine's 'Energy Transition and Public Health' event is look at the public health implications of energy choices. The increasing costs of fuel bills, the debate about achieving a balance between development of the economy as a whole and the welfare of individual households and families, the relation of energy with climate change policies have all been in the news in recent months.

Whether you are a public health practitioner concerned about fuel poverty, winter deaths, or climate change, or have an interest in these issues, this conference will highlight several cross-linkages between energy choices and health.

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