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WHO Technical Webinar Series on Climate Change and Health

WHO Technical Webinar Series on Climate Change and Health

Join Alliance member WHO for their Technical Webinar Series on Climate Change and Health. These webinars will integrate training, experience sharing, interactive activities and group discussion with the aim of building capacity for implementation at country level. Webinars will take place from April 24th to October 23, and recordings of past webinars will be made available on their webpage.

Community Action to Fight Asthma Virtual Summit

Community Action to Fight Asthma Virtual Summit

Join Alliance member PHI’s Regional Asthma Management & Prevention (RAMP) for a 2-day Community Action to Fight Asthma (CAFA) Virtual Summit. Day 1 will feature opening remarks by California Senate Majority Leader, Lena A. Gonzalez, followed by a panel on MediCal’s asthma policies and a presentation on the latest scientific research on indoor air quality. Day 2 will feature a panel on asthma and climate change policy, a training on advocacy, and opportunities to meet with California policymakers to educate them about asthma.

Building Bridges, Uniting for Impact: 2024 Annual Meeting

Building Bridges, Uniting for Impact: 2024 Annual Meeting

The Bay Area Global Health Alliance’s Annual Meeting brought together members to discuss pressing global health issues, including: innovations and investments for women’s health equity, overcoming barriers in multi-sector global health partnerships, and putting health at the heart of global climate change action. Speakers included leaders from Wellcome Trust, Accenture Development Partnerships, Africa Health Business, Americares, Cross-Border Impact Ventures, Gilead Sciences, Google, Merck for Mothers, PATH, Roche Diagnostics, and more.

Earth Voices: Exploring the intersection of climate justice and design

Earth Voices: Exploring the intersection of climate justice and design

Join Alliance member IDEO.org during SF Climate Week for a discussion on how people-powered environmental action and design come together to forge a more sustainable and just future for communities in the Bay Area. This event will highlight ongoing initiatives, such as the Hummingbird Farm started by ¡Poder! in Southeast San Francisco, and investigate the role design can play in strengthening community engagement and craft locally resonant solutions.

Pollution and Health: Generating Evidence and Catalyzing Action to Advance Human and Planetary Health

Pollution and Health: Generating Evidence and Catalyzing Action to Advance Human and Planetary Health

Join Alliance member Stanford for a conference focused on brainstorming solutions of three major sources of pollution while emphasizing their effects on human health: coal-fired industry, wildfires, and plastic. With current models of industrialization and consumption degrading the environment and polluting the world, this conference will put forward a solutions-oriented interdisciplinary research agenda to foster a healthier and more sustainable future.

eBook Launch Party Webinar: Growing Green Hearts

eBook Launch Party Webinar: Growing Green Hearts

Join Planetary Health Alliance for a Launch Party Webinar celebrating the release of the eBook, "Growing Green Hearts: Inspiring the Next Generation with Planetary Health Education." Tailored for educators, this captivating resource is more than just a guide—it's a...

Forecasting Healthy Futures Global Summit

Forecasting Healthy Futures Global Summit

The Forecasting Healthy Futures (FHF) Global Summit will convene diverse stakeholders from the climate and health communities to build our collective knowledge, strengthen new and existing partnerships, and identify opportunities to move together from awareness and political will to action and impact. The Summit agenda is designed to provide participants first with a high level view of our current understanding of climate change and its impact on health, then insights and updates on technical innovations from a series of transdisciplinary panels in fields related to health, an executive take on recent and future developments in climate financing, and finally a thoughtful view of communications and advocacy opportunities to advance investment in next generation solutions for climate and health worldwide.

Climate Change & Human Mobility

Climate Change & Human Mobility

Join Alliance member Stanford for their Climate Change and Human Mobility Conference. This two-day conference will convene scholars, researchers, and practitioners whose work focuses on the convergence of climate change, environmental disasters, and human mobility. Conference sessions will cover climate-driven migration, public health impacts of climate change, climate displacement law and policy, climate change impacts on indigenous and other vulnerable communities, among other topics. Conference events will also include a film screening and networking opportunities.

RAMP’s Sustainable Transportation, Air Quality, and Climate Webinar

RAMP’s Sustainable Transportation, Air Quality, and Climate Webinar

Join RAMP in partnership with the American Lung Association for a webinar where we will hear from a variety of experts and advocates about opportunities to engage in upcoming policy processes to improve air quality, transportation, and public health. The webinar will discuss California’s needs to advance an ambitious sustainable transportation, air quality, and climate protection agenda while also navigating challenges like substantial budget deficits.

Policy Briefing with Global Health Council’s President and CEO Elisha Dunn-Georgiou | October 19, 2021

Policy Briefing with Global Health Council’s President and CEO Elisha Dunn-Georgiou | October 19, 2021

Elisha Dunn-Georgiou, the new President and CEO of Global Health Council, joined us for a conversation and update on policy and funding issues on Capitol Hill, at UNGA and following President Biden’s recent COVID Summit, where she joined leaders in committing to end the COVID-19 pandemic. She gave her observations from DC and answered questions on the political state of global health, in this critical time.