The Peninsula Forum for Environment and Human Health
24 Jun 2021
As the European Centre for Environment and Human Health celebrates our 10th anniversary, we invite you to join us for the second in our series of Peninsula Forum events.
In this session our team of academics will be joined by collaborating partners and businesses to discuss the opportunities that the G7 summit is likely to offer in creating a thriving community united around our health and wellbeing and in balance with our natural environment.
The session will explore:
Reflections on G7 and insights into how our pioneering research is setting agendas and influencing change;
New discoveries – Exploring community solutions to benefit nature and human health, with Professor Ruth Garside;
The mutual benefit of communities, environment and health coming together, with Professor Emma Bland and an interactive session led by Health and Environment Public Engagement Group (HEPE);
SME networking strategies for decision making and development, with Professor Andrew Parker and how the Smartline and Inclusivity projects collaborative research schemes are supporting SME digital innovation to improve health and wellbeing;
Think global, act local – How grass roots engagement is having international impact, with case study example from our Fijian colleagues;
Shaping policy at a local, national and international level – How the European Centre for Environment and Human Health is influencing positive change, with Professor Lora Fleming, Director of ECEHH.