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Climate Change Urgency and Action: Personal impact - Part 1
Explore the components of our individual carbon footprints, learn about food's impact on the climate, and what a sustainable diet looks like. How can public health thinking make a difference?
Ever wondered what the impact of your daily diet choices has on the climate? What is a sustainable, planetary diet?
What changes need to occur in the public health domain for us to move towards a sustainable future?
In this session, our expert speakers will help you understand your own carbon footprint, and what sustainable personal footprint would look like.
Dr Matt Sawyer - Director, SEE Sustainability and GP
Understanding our carbon footprint
Dr Fintan Hughes – Anaesthesiology Resident, Duke University
Changing our thinking about public health and food systems
Prof Tim Lang – Professor Emeritus of Food Policy, Centre for Food Policy, City University of London
Kristin Bash – Chair Food Special Interest Group, Faculty of Public Health and Honorary Lecturer, School of Health and Related Research at University of Sheffield
CPD Accreditation: 1 point/hour/credit
Your Zoom registrations will be sent to you on the morning of the event.
9/21/2021 12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Registration is closed.
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