March 22 and May 3 - Climate and Racial Justice Talk Series
The third event in the series will feature leaders from grassroots organizations who are working to support and empower the members of our community, including Mayra Cruz from Catalyst Miami, Santra Denis from The Miami Workers Center, and Valencia Gunder from Make the Homeless Smile and New Florida Majority.
Monday, March 22, 2021 6:30-7:30 pm ET
The final webinar event in the dialogue series will explore the connections between climate justice, energy justice, and housing justice, featuring scholars Shalanda Baker, Diana Hernandez, and Sanya Carley.
Monday, May 3, 2021 6:30-7:30 pm ET
April 28 - A Conversation with Senatory Rebecca Saldana: Climate Justice and the HEAL Act
Co-presented with the Center for Environmental Policy, Environmental Conversations feature prominent environmental leaders/practitioners who share their perspective on real-world environmental policymaking.
April 28 - Atlanta Area Climate Change and Clinical Practice Symposium & CME Event
Join fellow clinicians, clinical and hospital leaders, health professionals, and students for this this half day symposium on what has been called the greatest health challenge of our time. Engaging lectures and panel discussion will explore the clinical practice implications of climate change and strategies for addressing climate-associated practice and care delivery challenges.
After registering, participants will receive a zoom link to the symposium. Hosts for this Atlanta-area conference are NEJM Group, Emory University Woodruff Health Sciences Center, and Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
This event has been designated for a maximum of 4.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits. To receive CME credit, please select the CME ticket option. All other registrants may register for a free event ticket.
May 4 - EarthLab Salon: Community-Led Partnerships for Environmental Justice in the Duwamish Valley
The Duwamish River Valley needs us --all of us-- working together for a better future. Join representatives from the Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition, Seattle Public Utilities & the Seattle Port Community Action Team for an engaging, community-focused discussion on fostering healthy communities and the advancement of social justice in the face of climate change.
May 20 - Now, More Than Ever: Movement Building for Climate, Racial, and Health Justice
2:30-4pm PDT, hosted by UCSF
Detailed agenda and speakers coming soon.
There has never been a more critical time for advancing health, equity and social justice while addressing climate change. This session will focus on the synergies between climate and racial justice movements and their promise in improving health, and community-based advocacy and policy initiatives to promote climate and racial justice in California and beyond.