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Healthy Climate, Planet and People 2010

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Start Date 23-06-2010 End Date24-06-2010
Venue TBA
City Canberra Country Australia
Category Environment, Health & Fitness, Power & Energy

Event Profile
Healthy Climate, Planet and People 2010 will focus on climate change improvement and variation strategies. The event will deal with the health problems caused due to climate change. It will highlight the adjustment strategies to increase physical activity levels, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, improving nutrition, and air quality. This episode will encourage walking, cycling and mass transit. It will also draw attention increase vegetable matter in the diet. Participants will be educated about the importance of eco friendly housing materials, solar orientation, ventilation and energy generation. It will assemble together a targeted audience of managing directors, policy makers and business development managers to discuss on economic implications, solar orientation, how to improve nutrition and air quality etc.
The key topics of the conference would include:
  • ‘Biosensitivity Triangle’ to explore the concept of co-benefits
  • Current responses and implications of understanding of co-benefits for research, policy and practice
  • The science of climate change and sectoral perspectives on co-benefits – built environment, transport, housing and food systems
  • Further perspectives on co-benefits – mental health and economic
  • Prospects for sustainable ways of living – barriers and enablers from individual to societal perspectives

Visitor Profile

The visitors at Healthy Climate, Planet and People 2010 would include:
  • Researchers
  • CEOs
  • Policymakers
  • Managing Directors
  • Investors
  • Government Representative
  • Business Development Managers
  • Industry and the wider community


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