CIGH Human and Planetary Health Newsletter
  • SUN OCT 16: NAM meeting on "Climate Change, Health, and Equity," co-chaired by Michele Barry and Jonathan Patz, happening this Sun, Oct 16, 11am-12:30pm PT / 2-3:30pm ET. Online webinar participation open to the public. Register here.
  • TUES OCT 18: "COP27: What’s at Stake for Africa?" Oct 18 8am ET / 5am PT. Hosted by World Resources Institute. Speakers will reflect on a range of urgent topics, including how to restore forests, protect food supplies, build thriving and resilient cities, build resilience to climate change and support communities at speed and scale when impacts are so severe that adaptation is no longer feasible. Register here.
  • FRI OCT 21: "Understanding the Climate Health Crisis & How California Physicians Can Make an Impact." Hosted by Climate Health Now. Fri Oct 21 2-4pm PT. Register here.
  • TUES OCT 25: Tues 10/25 EJ/HPH workshop "Climate Change Related Effects and Mental Health: Advancing the ‘Right to Health’ in Planetary Health" with Drs. Kajal Khanna and Elaine Flores.
  • From New York Times: "Inside the Global Effort to Keep Perfectly Good Food Out of the Dump," featuring an organization supported by Stanford's Sean N. Parker Center.
  • New book: Children's Health and the Peril of Climate Change, outlining the scope of the problem and actions we can take today to address climate change and protect our children. Flyer attached.

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