The Planetary Health Forum ’23

At a glance

Dates30 November – 1 December 2023
VenueUmweltforum Pufendorfstraße 11, 10249 Berlin, Germany
Online via Zoom*
ParticipantsExperts 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)
FormateKeynotes, inputs, panel discussions, workshops, market of possibilities, art & cultural contributions
OrganisersCentre for Planetary Health Policy (CPHP) and the German Alliance on Climate Change and Health (KLUG e.V.)
Funded by Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt (DBU)
Supported byStiftung Mercator, BKK Dachverband & BKK Green Health, Bucerius Law School, German Institute of Development and Sustainability (IDOS)
Conference languagesThe conference language is German. Selected sessions will be held in English.

About CPHP

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.

About KLUG

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.