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Environment > Climate Change webinar by WADEM for Climate Change & Health / Crisis Communication Leadership - LATAC Chapter
Climate Change & Health / Crisis Communication Leadership - LATAC Chapter
Join us for the upcoming webinar organized by the WADEM Latin America and Caribbean (LATAC) Chapter featuring two presentations - Health and Climate Change (Dr. Latoya Storr) and Crisis Communication Leadership (Dr. Jay McIsaac). Dr. Storr's presentation will focus on climate risks in the Caribbean, socio-economic impacts, and ways to achieve Climate Readiness using a disaster risk management approach. Dr. McIssac's talk will introduce the subject of crisis communications and emphasize the increased need for training in this area.Speakers: Jay McIssac, MD (Supervisory Medical Officer, National Disaster Medical System, Administration for Strategic Preparedness) and Latoya Storr, MBBS (Emergency Medicine Specialist and Consultant Physician, Rand Memorial Hospital)
by WADEM
6/26/2024 10:00 PM
Environment > Climate Change webinar by State of Global Air for State of Global Air 2024: Exploring Trends in Air Quality and Health Impacts Around the World
State of Global Air 2024: Exploring Trends in Air Quality and Health Impacts Around the World
Join us for a public webinar on the new State of Global Air 2024 report, which brings into one place a comprehensive analysis of the levels and trends in air quality and health for countries around the globe.This year's report, due to be launched on June 19, 2024, presents information on exposures to, and health impacts from pollutants including fine particulate matter, ozone, and for the first time, nitrogen dioxide. This report is produced in partnership with UNICEF and includes a focus on children's health.The webinar will present key findings, including the impacts of air pollution on children’s health, and we’ll hear from experts on the relevance of this new data.
6/27/2024 1:00 PM

Previous Webinars

Environment > Climate Change webinar by WUSC (World University Service of Canada) for Understanding Climate-Induced Migration: Canadian and Global Perspectives
Understanding Climate-Induced Migration: Canadian and Global Perspectives
Are you concerned about the impacts of climate change on migration? Do you want to understand how environmental crises are reshaping global and Canadian migration patterns?If so, join our webinar on "Understanding Climate-Induced Migration: Canadian and Global Perspectives" hosted by the WUSC VCP Alumni Ambassador Committee. This virtual session is scheduled for Friday, June 14 at 12 PM EST.During the webinar, you'll have the opportunity to hear from experts who will share their insights on the scientific and humanitarian aspects of climate-induced migration. Additionally, a testimonial from an individual personally affected by climate displacement will provide a unique perspective on the real-world impacts of these crises.Register now to deepen your understanding and learn how you can contribute to the solution!
Environment > Climate Change webinar by NBPHE for CPH Webinar Wednesday - Public Health Microbiology in the 21th Century Under the Landscape of Changing Climate
CPH Webinar Wednesday - Public Health Microbiology in the 21th Century Under the Landscape of Changing Climate
Presented by Dr. Aliyar Fouladkhah Bacterial pathogens have unique and efficient capabilities for moving towards diversity and fitness through various mechanisms such as vertical and horizontal gene transfer mechanisms and quorum sensing. Expansion in global travel and commerce, changes in production and processing of commodities, consumers' demand for minimally process products, and growth of the at-risk portion of populations are breeding grounds for novel, emerging, and re-emerging bacterial infectious diseases. Global warming due to the anthropogenic emission of greenhouse gases is further fueling these national and global challenges, as minor changes in environmental temperature have pronounced and appreciable effects on bacterial fate and proliferation. Current presentation will discuss impact of climate changes in various regions of the world and further articulates the expected changes associated with public health microbiology, water safety, and microbial food safety, food security.
by NBPHE
4/10/2024 7:00 PM
Environment > Climate Change webinar by Circular Cities and Regions Initiative for 6th CCRI webinar: Stimulating synergies between circular economy and climate action
6th CCRI webinar: Stimulating synergies between circular economy and climate action
This webinar focuses on the integration and alignment of circular economy plans and policies with climate strategies, specifically in the context of adaptation and mitigation. Its main objective is to explore and examine how cities and regions can effectively connect their efforts in these areas at the local, regional and national level.The webinar is open to anyone but is likely to be most useful for cities, regions and territorial clusters that are working to develop circular economy plans in line with climate strategies. Registration is mandatory.This webinar will provide actionable insights from cities, regions and Associated Partners, Ellen MacArthur Foundation and ICLEI, that have already delved into the practical implementation of synergies between climate strategies and circular economy policies.Agenda:10:00-10:05 Opening and welcome10:05-10:25 Incorporating circular economy in climate action plans10:25-11:05 Bridging circular economy and climate: a panel on actionable insights from cities and regions11:05-11:25 Q&A with participating Pilots and Fellows11:25-11:30 Closing remarksSpeakers: Ellen MacArthur, ICLEI representatives
Environment > Climate Change webinar by Finger Lakes Land Trust for Webinar Registration - Zoom
Webinar Registration - Zoom
A Conversation with Dan Egan: Join Dan Egan, Pulitzer Prize-nominated author of The Devil's Element: Phosphorus and a World Out of Balance and The Death and Life of the Great Lakes, for a conversation about the role of phosphorus in our daily lives, how it impacts our environment, and its role in shaping agriculture. Sponsored by the Finger Lakes Land Trust and the Finger Lakes Institute at Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
3/6/2024 12:30 AM
Environment > Climate Change webinar by National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health for Predicting the environmental drivers of recreational water quality in Canada
Predicting the environmental drivers of recreational water quality in Canada
Poor recreational water quality poses a risk of acute gastrointestinal illness (AGI) to beach goers engaging in water activities. In this webinar, we will discuss the environmental factors influencing beach water quality in Canada and present key findings of the project. The speakers, Dr. Johanna Sanchez and Dr. Binyam Desta, will share their research on enteric infections and the effect on health outcomes, with a focus on water, hygiene, and sanitation. Join us to gain a greater understanding of the factors affecting water quality and how they can assist in timely decision-making and risk communication strategies to reduce recreational water illness risks among beachgoers.
Environment > Climate Change webinar by Capacity4dev for WEBINAR: Integrating Climate and the Environment in the Health Sector
WEBINAR: Integrating Climate and the Environment in the Health Sector
Event Webinar 08 February 2024 08:51 Organised by: INTPA F1/F2 and the Greening Facility, and INTPA G4 and the HISP Online 8  Views 0 0  Comments Add to calendar Google iCal Yahoo! Outlook.com Share Share Event details Posted on Environment, Climate Change and Green Economy Public Group on Water and Sanitation Sustainable Forests for the Future Website: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZEqdOGqqDsvGNPHQK7NtPsRnsLNFbENx9Ol#/
2/14/2024 1:00 PM
Environment > Climate Change webinar by Californians Against Waste for Webinar: CA Climate Pollution Reduction
Webinar: CA Climate Pollution Reduction
Join us on January 31, 2024 from 10:00 - 11:30 am PST for a webinar on strategies for accessing funding under EPA's Climate Pollution Reduction Grants (CPRG) Program, qualifying for funding, and getting involved in local climate action plans. This event is hosted by California Resource Recovery Association, Californians Against Waste, California Product Stewardship Council, and Zero Waste USA. The CPR Campaign is a joint effort of the Institute for Local Self-Reliance, Zero Waste USA, and the National Recycling Coalition to uplift waste reduction and materials conservation projects under the EPA’s Climate Pollution Reduction (CPR) Grants Program. A zero-waste framework embedding waste prevention, reuse, recycling, and composting strategies rooted in and serving local communities will protect the climate while enhancing social equity, economic opportunities, food systems resilience, and quality of life. Speakers: Scott Beckner Senior Environmental Scientist, CalRecycle Katherine Blauvelt Circular Economy Campaign Director, Industrious Labs Kinley Deller Program Project Manager, King County Moderated by: Leslie Lukacs Executive Director, Zero Waste Sonoma
1/31/2024 6:00 PM
Environment > Climate Change webinar by Fit For The Future for A Climate for Change
A Climate for Change
This webinar marks the launch of the National Trust's new report "Climate for Change: Adapting the National Trust."
11/30/2023 10:30 AM
 

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