The European Climate-Health Cluster will be showcased at the ENBEL Conference on 12 October 2023, in Stockholm, Sweden.
The persistent challenge of global environmental change has given rise to new complexities for both human health and One Health. It not only exacerbates social inequalities, food and water security, but also escalates the transmission of infectious and zoonotic diseases. These increasing challenges ask for immediate action at both the European and global levels to mitigate the consequences of these threats. These global priorities underscore the urgency of enhancing the readiness of health systems to address the growing burden of climate change.
This session, focused on exploring the health effects of climate change, will provide insights into the ongoing research conducted within the 6 Horizon Europe projects comprising the Cluster. It will highlight their contributions in providing the necessary evidence, tools, and frameworks to address the threat that climate change poses to human health, global health, and One Health.
We invite participants to join us and engage in discussions about existing approaches and future opportunities, paving the way to address the climate-health agenda.
Climate Change and Health Cluster Session at ENBEL 2023 Conference
Date: 12 October 2023
Venue: Clarion Hotel Sign, Stockholm, Sweden
Marc Neumann, Scientific Coordinator Blue Adapt
Cathryn Tonne, Scientific Coordinator CATALYSE
Suzana Blesic, Technical Co-coordinator CLIMOS
Stanley Luchters, Scientific Coordinator HIGH Horizons
Debra Jackson, Scientific Co-coordinator HIGH Horizons
Jan Semenza, Work Package Leader IDAlert
Silvana Sabatino, Scientific Coordinator TRIGGER
Raman Preet, Past-Lead Coordinator Climate-Health Cluster, Project Co-coordinator IDAlert
About ENBEL Conference
The hybrid conference is organised by ENBEL – Enhancing Belmont Research Action to support EU policy-making on climate change and health. ENBEL coordinates a network of international health and climate researchers under the Belmont Forum’s Collaborative Research Action on Climate, Environment and Health and similar EU research programmes. Through this conference, ENBEL aims to help strengthen the health argument for climate action.