Our Centre members participate in a wide range of external activities with other researchers, policy and decision makers, and the general public.

Evidence to Action

As the world faces growing, interconnected climate and health challenges, LSHTM researchers explain how their work is improving our understanding of the health impacts of climate change and informing effective action for people and the planet. 

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Accelerating veg consumption

Our Director Alan Dangour takes part in vegetable summit discussing sustainable food systems and health. Hosted by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, Writer and Broadcaster from River Cottage HQ.

Strengthening Planetary Health Research and Action in Europe

Centre on Climate Change & Planetary Health collaborates with ISGlobal and the Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare (THL), to host a series of 5 weekly webinars: “Expanding the scope of research in Planetary Health in Europe”.

Climate Change and Human Health: Sir Andy Haines

At the 2020 NAM Annual Meeting, Sir Andrew Haines delivered a keynote address focused on the impacts of climate change on human health, followed by a panel discussion.

Planetary Health Conference 2020

For the first time, researchers from across West Africa will come together to present the latest evidence at our inaugural Planetary Health Conference 2020, co-hosted with MRC Unit The Gambia at LSHTM.

Planetary Health Conference 2020

Climate Assembly UK

Rosie Green, will be one of the voices advising Parliament on the UK's first nationwide citizen's assembly on climate change. 

Climate Assembly UK

COP25 UNFCCC Climate Summit 2019

We co-hosted a side event at COP25 2019 entitled "The imperative for urgent action to protect health." Centre members Professor Sir Andy Haines and Pauline Scheelbeek were part of the panel discussion. 

COP25 Summit

Global Health Film Festival 2019

Centre Director, Professor Alan Dangour, chaired the discussion on the 2040 Film at this year's Global Health Film Festival.

Food Matters Summit 2019

Professor Alan Dangour spoke on "Sustainable and Healthy Food Systems" at Food Matters Summit in London, UK.

Food Matters

Past Engagement



28, 29 October 2019 - Sir Andy Haines spoke at two panel sessions on 'Environmental Threats, Challenges and Solutions for the Next Generation' and 'Science Guiding Policy and Practice' at the World Health Summit in Berlin, Germany.

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17 October 2019 - Prof Alan Dangour participated in a panel session at Concern Worldwide’s event ‘Climate Change and Hunger: how can we nourish the world’s poorest people whilst protecting the planet?’ at London City Hall, London UK.

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