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Protecting health and wellbeing in the climate crisis

Tuesday 21st November 2023
With Public Health Network Cymru

This conference supported people who work with Public Service Boards (PSBs) or Public Bodies who are planning or starting their local climate risk assessments. The conference included an introduction to the guidance on local climate risk assessments being produced by Natural Resources Wales for PSBs. Attendees heard key insights from the recent Health Impact Assessment by Public Health Wales on people and communities in Wales’ vulnerability to climate change. There was an opportunity to share learning and insights from existing local climate adaptation work in Wales.

Climate change will have a major impact on health, well-being and inequalities in Wales and planning and adaptation to climate change is everyone‘s business. We need to work together to plan and adapt to climate change. Join us to be part of the conversation.

Learning outcomes:

  • Increase awareness of how the climate crisis will impact the health and wellbeing of people and communities in Wales
  • Provide an introduction to the local climate risk assessment process and guidance
  • Increase awareness of some key considerations in local climate adaptation planning.

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