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Keynote – Towards enhanced evidence synthesis: learning from the health science

June 9 / 15:4516:00

Andrew Haines is a Professor of Environmental Change and Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

Key messages:

  • Rigorous evidence synthesis is crucial for effective, efficient, and equitable climate action that safeguards both human and planetary health.
  • Climate actions often yield significant human health co-benefits that are frequently overlooked, emphasizing the overall gains of transitioning towards a net-zero society.
  • Proposals include forming a coalition of organizations, subnational, and national initiatives to accelerate progress towards net-zero greenhouse gas emissions. This coalition will prioritize monitoring and evaluating effects on health and greenhouse gas emissions while fostering the sharing of experiences and lessons learned.

Followed by a panel on Human health – Game changer in climate policy and evidence to action?

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Date:
June 9
Time:
15:45 – 16:00
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Presenter

Andrew Haines

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