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2023 Africa Climate Week: Experts Discuss Climate-Health Solutions Ahead of COP28

During the 2023 Africa Climate Summit and Africa Climate Week, Forecasting Healthy Futures hosted an event entitled “Climate Health Solutions: Close Up – Putting a Human Face to the Climate Imperative,” convening African global health leaders and other climate stakeholders to begin more constructive dialogue about the common health challenges and opportunities those communities face in the context of global warming.

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AI Innovation Summit 2023: Forecasting Healthy Futures Promotes AI-Driven Climate Health Solutions  

This month, at the Artificial Intelligence Innovation Summit 2023 in Jakarta, Indonesia, Forecasting Healthy Future’s Managing Director of Strategic Initiatives, Kelly Willis, discussed the role of AI in driving climate + health solutions during her opening remarks ahead of the panel discussion entitled, “Unleashing the Power of Artificial Intelligence.”

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New Investments to Build Climate-Resilient Communities: A Conversation at WHA 76

On the sidelines of the 76th World Health Assembly, Forecasting Healthy Futures hosted an event entitled “New Investments to Build Climate-Resilient Communities: Putting Health at the Center of the Climate Agenda.” The event, co-hosted by COP28, Reaching the Last Mile, and the Global Institute for Disease Elimination (GLIDE) sought to engage the global health community in a conversation around catalyzing innovation and mobilizing new resources for climate-resilient health systems in most vulnerable geographies ahead of COP28.

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The Health Burden of Climate Change

A now-famous study calculated in 2003 that at least 166,000 annual deaths and 5.5 million disability-adjusted life years from malnutrition, diarrheal disease, malaria, floods, and cardiovascular diseases might already be attributable to anthropogenic climate change

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As we look back on a year alarmingly full of climate events and their devastating aftermath, and after COP27’s sobering look at the state of global warming and our imperfect efforts to turn it around, it’s natural to feel concerned and discouraged about the future.

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Malaria No More and Reaching the Last Mile Announce Expansion of Climate & Health Initiative with a New $5 million Grant

Abu Dhabi, January 3, 2023 – Malaria No More (MNM) today announced the expansion of its climate and health initiative, Forecasting Healthy Futures, through a new 3-year, $5 million award from the Reaching the Last Mile initiative (RLM), as witnessed by His Highness Sheikh Theyab bin Mohammed bin Zayed, Member of the Executive Council.

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