How can latest research findings contribute to addressing inter-connected societal challenges?

Environmental degradation is one of the greatest current threats we are facing as a society, and it is those who are most vulnerable who suffer the most from its consequences, and benefit the least from the measures taken to address it. The environmental, health and social sectors must thus collaborate more closely to reduce ecological damage and improve health and societal well-being. Drawing on new research at EU and global level, this roundtable will provide policymakers with evidence and tools to help bring about positive change, fostering meaningful exchange, feeding into future policymaking and ensuring a continued momentum through to the next European Parliament and Commission.

Links:

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Documents:

Programme

Organisation/acronym:

EuroHealthNet

Organisation type:

NGO,

Location:

Brussels, Belgium

Event type:

Policy roundtable,

Date:

16/05/2019 - 16/05/2019

Themes:

Air quality, Circular economy, Energy and climate, Governance, Green finance, Mobility, Water, Interconnected challenges,

Target audience:

European policymakers,

Contact details:

Alba Godfrey
Email: a.godfrey@eurohealthnet.eu