At a glance
|Dates||30 November – 1 December 2023|
|Venue||Umweltforum Pufendorfstraße 11, 10249 Berlin, Germany|
Online via Zoom*
|Participants||Experts and decision-makers from health, climate, and environmental protection, and from diverse sectors including politics, industry, academia, and civil society|
250 participants on-site + online participation (selected sessions)
|Formate||Keynotes, inputs, panel discussions, workshops, market of possibilities, art & cultural contributions|
|Organisers||Centre for Planetary Health Policy (CPHP) and the German Alliance on Climate Change and Health (KLUG e.V.)|
|Funded by||Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU)|
|Supported by||Stiftung Mercator, BKK Dachverband & BKK Green Health, Bucerius Law School, German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS)|
|Conference languages||The conference language is German. Selected sessions will be held in English.|
The Centre for Planetary Health Policy (CPHP) is an independent think tank in Berlin. It is a forum for scientific policy advice at the nexus of global environmental change and health with the aim of achieving a sustainable and equitable transformation of social systems in Germany and the world. Together with health actors, policy-makers, and researchers, CPHP is aiming to develop options for action and stimulate socio-political debates within planetary boundaries. Learn more.
The German Climate Change and Health Alliance (KLUG) was founded in October 2017 as a network of individuals, organizations and associations from across the health sector. The non-profit organization educates about the health impacts of the climate crisis and encourages people in health professions to advocate for a healthy life on an flourishing planet. Transformative education, network building and political agenda setting are core areas of their work. Learn more.