Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, March 16, 2023 – Forecasting Healthy Futures, in partnership with Reaching the Last Mile, this week hosted the inaugural Forecasting Healthy Futures Global Summit in Abu Dhabi.
New Global Campaign, The Face of Change, Launches Ahead of Historic COP28 Health Day to Tackle the Climate-Driven Health Crisis
Ahead of a historic, first-ever Health Day during the 28th United Nations Conference on Climate Change (COP28) in Dubai, Forecasting Healthy Futures—in partnership with TIME CO2—announces the launch of a bold and ambitious global campaign - The Face of Change - that centers health as the human face of climate change. With a focus on real and relatable stories, proven, ready-to-scale solutions and open-source creative content to amplify and activate, the campaign aims to inspire a global movement to save millions of lives today from the direct health impacts of climate change while protecting the health of billions of others by accelerating action to arrest global warming.
With the 28th annual United Nations (UN) climate meeting weeks away, a groundbreaking new series of films, now available online, explores the urgent health challenges posed by climate change.
Two weeks before the start of the 2023 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP28), Forecasting Healthy Futures’ Institute for Health Modeling and Climate Solutions (IMACS) announced a groundbreaking climate and health partnership aimed at expanding the recently launched ClimateSmart Indonesia Initiative working to climate-proof Indonesian health systems.
Forecasting Healthy Futures Hosts a Discussion with Latin America and Caribbean Climate & Health Experts Ahead of COP28
In the lead up to the 2023 UN Climate Change Conference (COP28), Forecasting Healthy Futures hosted an online panel discussion today with climate and health experts in the Latin American and Caribbean region, in follow-up to the recent Latin America and Caribbean Climate Week (LACCW) 2023 in Panama City.
uring this year’s annual meeting of the American Society of Tropical Medicine & Hygiene in Chicago (October 18-22), Forecasting Healthy Futures put a spotlight on the intersection of climate and health through a series of affiliated events.
This week, during the 78th United Nations General Assembly and New York Climate Week, global leaders and health experts descended on New York City, putting a spotlight on the impacts of climate change on human health.
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.
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.”
After a 4-year hiatus, the natural climate phenomenon El Niño, has returned, with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) declaring El Niño’s official 2023 start in June.
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.