Climate Migration and Potential Health Impacts
October 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Engage in the discussion of the nexus between climate migration and its health impacts. This interactive panel webinar will look at migration as a consequence of environmental changes and how it can affect health issues.
Through select case studies, this discussion will shed light on migration as a form of internal displacement from rural to urban areas as well as an international movement. The focus will be placed on the impact on children, their health, and lifestyles due to migration caused by climate change. The SDG Goals 3, 4, 6 and 16 play a crucial role in addressing this issue and will be taken a closer look at during the webinar.
This 90-minute conversation event will be on October 20, 2021, at 12 pm EDT. Please use the Time Zone Converter to determine when this engaging conversation will be in your time zone.
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ANA EUGENIA MENÉNDEZ
Originally from El Salvador, Ana Eugenia Menéndez Orellana is a Master’s student of Civil Engineering at Politechnika Wrocławska, in Poland.
Anindita Misra is a public policy professional from India with a background in communications and literature.
Kratima Divakar is an undergraduate student pursuing law from Jaipur, India.
Marco Panariello is a technologist and currently studies Cybersecurity at the University of Oxford.
ZHEN RONG YAP
Zhen Rong Yap is an undergraduate Jardine Scholar in Materials Science at the University of Oxford, originally from Malaysia.