Miss out on iDEA17? Catch up on some of the highlights by watching videos from the conference.
iDEA17: Global problems. Local solutions.
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Day 1: Saturday 1 April 2017
|09:30||Introduction to Climate Science and Climate Change and Health
Climate Change: An operational agency perspective. Dr Karl Braganza, Bureau of Meteorology
A/Professor Grant Blashki, The Nossal Institute for Public Health and practicing GP
Powering up Against Poverty.
Dr Helen Szoke CE Oxfam Australia
|11:00||Panel of College Presidents: Climate Change and Health in the Training of Specialist Medicine. Facilitated by Prof Lynne Madden President of the Australian Faculty of Public Health Medicine|
Obesity & Climate Change: 8 reasons to solve both together.
Dr Alessandro Demaio, WHO Department of Nutrition of Health and Development
Rural Child Health & Climate Change.
Dr Bastian Seidel, President RACGP
Mark Pershin Founder and CEO of Less Meat Less Heat
Media Panel: How Doctors can Speak Up on Climate Change and Health and What Journalists Need and Want.
Facilitated by Dinah Arndt, Director of Climate Media Centre
The History of Medicine and Biodiversity – From physician naturalists to environmental activists.
Dr Ken Winkel, School of Population and Global Health at the University of Melbourne
Biodiversity and the Great Barrier Reef.
Adj Prof Marion Carey, Public Health Physician
Day 2: Sunday 2 April 2017
The Big Three Health Co-benefits to Combatting Climate Change.
Assoc Prof Linda Selvey, Public Health Physician and former CEO Greenpeace Australia Pacific
The Global Electricity Market Transformation Currently Underway
Tim Buckley, Director of the Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis
The Energy Systems Debate in Australia
Dr Roger Dargaville, Melbourne Energy Institute
The Pathway to Zero Emissions.
Meg Argyriou, Head of Engagement and Acting CEO at ClimateWorks Australia
The Impact of Climate Change on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People
Larissa Baldwin, National Co-Director of Seed
Emergency Medicine Preparedness.
Dr Stephen Parnis, Emergency Physician and former Vice President of the AMA
Q&A: Stephen Parnis on AMA
How to Create Global Change.
Dr Maria Neira, WHO Director of the Department of Public Health, Environmental and Social Determinants of Health
How to Create Local Change.
Dr Kate Auty, ACT Commissioner for Sustainability and the Environment
Effective Antidotes to Avoid Burn Out.
Dr Eleanor Evans, GP
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