Climate Crisis, health and prosperity: aligning policy and action
The National Inclusive and Sustainable Economies (NISE) Network is a multi-agency forum which aims to provide a space to explore the evidence, ideas, and promising practice about how we reset the economy for improved health and shared prosperity. The Network was launched in June 2021 by senior leaders working on place and inequalities from the LGA, Public Health England (PHE), NHS Confederation, NHS England and NHS Improvement, and Metro Dynamics. It will provide an opportunity to network with others, share knowledge and learning and to bring experts to the table to challenge and grow our thinking.
In this webinar, funded by Government, we will explore how in England we can address the climate crisis in a way which facilitates an inclusive and sustainable economy, as well as health and wellbeing for all. Expert speakers will explore key actions that local government, the NHS, industry and communities can take to achieve this, including opportunities for partnership and alignment.
Julia Farrington, Net Zero Manager, Greener NHS
Professor Nick Robins, Professor in Practice – Sustainable Finance, Grantham Research Institute
Andrew Carter, CEO Centre for Cities Team, Centre for Cities
Who should attend:
- Council Leaders
- Chief Executives
- Directors of Public Health
- Cabinet Members for Public Health
This is a virtual Zoom webinar. Free to attend.