The World in 2050: Climate impact on human health
Fri 30 June 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm BST
How do we mitigate the consequences of extreme weather on human health?
Climate change is widely regarded as the biggest health threat facing humanity, and yet are there still things we can do in relation to the health consequences of climate change, like lessening carbon emissions, to empower ourselves?
As part of our World in 2050 series, join a talk from Dr Eunice Lo, who will look at the longitudinal health effects of a warmer climate and how we as societies recalibrate our health systems to meet new challenges head on. The solution lies with you!
Dr Eunice Lo, Research Fellow in Climate Change and Health, Cabot Institute for the Environment, Elizabeth Blackwell Institute for Health Research, University of Bristol