The Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) and the Barcelona Institute for Global Health (ISGlobal) recently hosted yesterday a half day science to policy consultation workshop with representatives of the Zagreb administration and other stakeholders, on how to reduce the urban burden of disease in Zagreb through environmental policies. This consultation workshop was the second in a series of stakeholder engagement activities in various cities in Europe.
HEAL is delighted to have teamed up with the EU funded ENBEL research project and the European Public Health Association (EUPHA) to spotlight climate change and health on 18 May, as part of the European Public Health Week.
Please join us on 18 May 2022 from 9-10 am CEST for a virtual exchange to kick-off the day, to hear more about the latest science on the health impacts of climate change, ongoing EU policy developments where greater climate ambition is needed, and how the health sector can be involved. We’ll also be hearing about strategies and tools on how urban planning is taking climate change into consideration.
Last but not least, participants will receive a sneak preview of a range of informative videos on climate change and health produced for the day, as part of the ENBEL project.
Register for the kick-off event here.
Overview of the day’s events on climate and health here