Ms Fiona Armstrong, Executive Director of Climate and Health Alliance (Australia & New Zealand)
- Professor Mario Pinto, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research), Griffith University - Dr Renzo Guinto, Chief Planetary Doctor, PH Lab & Advisor, The Lancet One Health Commission (Philippines) - Ramon San Pascual, Executive Director of Health Care Without Harm (Asia) - Dr Nguyen Thi Lien Huong, Climate & Health, Ministry of Health (Vietnam) - Nurse Teoh Bee Ling, Sustainability Coordinator, Tzu Chi Dialysis Centre (Malaysia) - Frank Rammelo, Health Infrastructure Consultant of Asian Development Bank (Asia)
The COVID-19 pandemic has presented numerous vulnerabilities within the healthcare system, public health emergency responses, governance, and within communities. Most importantly, it has taught us that our health and safety (including the planets') depends on collective action.
In this light, Health Care Without Harm (HCWH) Southeast Asia together with the Centre for Environment and Population Health (CEPH) and the International Network of Health Promoting Hospitals (HPH) invites you to attend a virtual gathering of healthcare and climate action leaders in Southeast Asia and the Pacific to tackle the lessons learned.
Discuss the link between climate, COVID-19 and health
Give an overview and highlights of hospital climate action
How to rapidly implement climate action in the age of uncertainty
The opportunity to strengthen collaboration and partnership in our region
Register here by 4 June, 2020. You will receive a link to the seminar once you have registered.