Registration link here About this Event Can we nourish humanity, our domestic animals and save the planet? This event will explore
Registration link here
About this Event
Can we nourish humanity, our domestic animals and save the planet? This event will explore how to balance the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions associated with livestock production with the need for animal-source food to maintain a healthy human diet.
The panellists are:
- Professor Mark Howden, Director of the Climate Change Institute at the Australian National University.
- Dr Sylvia Karpagam, public health doctor, researcher and member of the India Chapter of Equal Health.
The session will be moderated by Professor Robyn Alders, Senior Consulting Fellow, Global Health Programme, Chatham House.
The discussion will be hosted on Zoom. You will receive the link after registering.
A Q&A discussion will be included in the webinar. Further discussion will continue online following the event. Find out how you can get involved.
About the Roadmap Series
This series of discussions focuses on identifying and tackling key issues underpinning sustainable development from the perspective of one of the world’s most important industry contributors to nutrition security: the poultry industry.
Through robust exchanges between panellists and active audience engagement, the events will develop a One Health Roadmap that seeks a destination where economic, social and environmental sustainability and justice are key indicators of success. The aim is to weave together diverse One Health threads with the aim of identifying practical and equitable approaches to health security, food security and food systems, and justice in human, animal, and environmental health.
- Find out more about the One Health Poultry Hub organisers.
- Find out more about the Roadmap Series.
- Find out how to get involved.
All recordings of events from the Roadmap Series will be made available shortly after they take place from the One Health Poultry Hub website at onehealthpoultry.org/roadmap.
(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 10:00 am