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IASS Tuesday Talks: „Planetary Health: Re-Imagining Human Health in the Anthropocene“

April 13um14:00 - 15:00

Nicole de Paula
„Planetary Health: Re-Imagining Human Health in the Anthropocene“

Abstract:The COVID-19 pandemic exposed multiple interconnected crises that put our health and well-being at risk. This talk explores how we can transition to a more resilient, fair and green post-pandemic era.  Planetary Health offers a new lens that allows us to see the world in a more colorful way. It values human health and well-being based on healthy ecosystems, the basis for life on Earth. Planetary Health, both as a scientific field and a social movement, is rapidly growing. While a range of research projects and initiatives is dynamically evolving, it remains to be further explored how Planetary Health can become an empowering narrative for policy-makers and business leaders. COVID-19, which has devastated economies and impoverished millions, needs to be viewed as a turning point. This dialogue presents key findings of the science behind Planetary Health and dwells on the opportunities to expand this field into actionable recommendations for decision-makers.

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Biosketch:
Nicole de Paula
 is the inaugural Klaus Töpfer Sustainability Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies (IASS) in Potsdam, Germany. For more than a decade, she has been globally connecting policymakers and researchers to create a public understanding on key issues related to sustainability, environment and public health. Previously of her work in Germany, she was the director of a think-tank in Bangkok, Thailand, hosted by Mahidol University at the Faculty of Public Health. As a Planetary Health advocate, she champions the socioeconomic advancement of women through environmental conservation and public health policies to make the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development a reality by 2030. She is the founder of the Women Leaders for Planetary Health and co-founder of an interdisciplinary research group on Planetary Health at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil. She is currently member of the global committee preparing the global meeting of the Planetary Health Alliance, to be held in Brazil in April 2021. Dr. Nicole de Paula holds a Ph.D. in International Relations from Sciences Po Paris and has been consulting with several international organizations under the UN system on themes related to climate change, biodiversity, chemicals, financial and urban affairs.

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Datum:
April 13
Zeit:
14:00 - 15:00
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