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Environment, Climate and Kids: Time to Act
Environment, Climate and Kids: Time to Act
Children's Healthcare Canada EDUCATION
Tue, May 24, 2022
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THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!

May 24, 2022: Let’s make it a #TimeToAct 


UNICEF’s #ReportCard17 will be released on May 24th, focusing on the impact of environmental damage on the health and wellbeing of children and youth in the world’s richest countries. Some countries do better than others at protecting and creating environments that sustain children’s wellbeing. How does Canada fare and what can we do to ensure an environment fit for children?


Join Children’s Healthcare Canada on May 24, 2:30 to 5:00 pm ET as we explore the relationship between children’s health and the environment, and how health systems can be better prepared for natural disasters and their impact on children. Catherine Clark will moderate this event, featuring three interconnected discussions: 


  1. The Impacts of Climate Change on Children’s Health: What we are seeing now and what we might anticipate in the months/ years to come? Dr. Anna Gunz (Children’s Hospital, London)
  2. Preparing Children’s Health Systems for Natural Disasters and Their Impacts. Dr. Mary McCaskill (Director, Medical Services; Sydney Children’s Hospital, Australia).
  3. An Environment Fit for Children: Advocating for Progressive Policies for Kids. A panel discussion facilitated by Catherine Clark featuring Drs. Gunz, McCaskill, and Dr. Courtney Howard (Emergency Physician, Past President, Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment).


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