The CIHLMU Symposium on Global Health Perspectives: Climate Change and Migration will be held on Friday, March 12, 2021.
The effects of climate change cannot be emphasized enough. Climate change is not only affecting global health issues but also has an impact worldwide on economies. Therefore, changes to our environment are likely to become increasingly important causal factors of migration globally in years ahead. One of the key challenges will be to improve understanding of how environmental migration relates to vulnerability of people, as every person on the planet is a potential stakeholder in the essentials of interactions between the climate, environment and the health of human beings.
The aim with this symposium is to highlight knowledge to reduce vulnerabilities and enhance the resilience of communities and ecosystems affected by climate change. By creating awareness about the severity of consequences from climate change, we would like to address these issues especially related to global health and migration. This augments the scientific understanding of climate change and attendees will be equipped with relevant mitigating strategies to help populations adapt to these associated vulnerabilities.
Mode of Delivery
This symposium will be held online via Zoom, with presentations by respected and prominent speakers followed by a panel discussion.
The organizers of the symposium would like to extend an invitation for all of those who are interested. Kindly have a look at the symposium’s agenda and the symposium’s flyer to learn more about the organisation of the day and the different lectures and speakers.
Event date: Friday, 12th March 2021, 09:00-16:00 (CET)
Registration and participation is free of charge. If you want to register, please send an email with the following information:
- Your name
- Your nationality
- Your profession and institution
Alternatively, you can fill in the Registration form and send it to CIH.Symposium.email@example.com
If you need more information, please do not hesitate to organizer.
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