Want to learn how nature conservation can be an essential component of building community resilience and can play a prominent role in public health planning? This webinar, held on May 9, examines this topic.
Researchers studying climate change have been focused on vulnerable populations and resilience as well as on acute illnesses such as heat exhaustion and zoonoses. This presentation will explore how nature conservation can be an essential component of building community resilience and can play a prominent role in public health planning. We will talk about how nature contributes to social and environmental determinants of health.
Conservation as a Public Health Strategy for Climate Change Preparedness is part of a series sponsored by the National Collaborating Centre for Environmental Health which is funded by funded by the Public Health Agency of Canada. The speaker is Dr. Craig Stephen, Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative.
The BCCDC/NCCEH Environmental Health Seminar Series provides an opportunity for learning and knowledge exchange on a variety of environmental health topics. The seminars can be attended in-person or online and include Cannabis Legalization and Environmental Health, and Policy options for healthier retail food environments in city-regions: The case for a solid measurement foundation among others that may be of interest.