What Do Health & Education Have to Do with Climate Change?

Learning

You’re invited to join host Ndola Prata, a world-renowned public health physician from the University of California, Berkeley, on Thursday, March 31, at noon ET for a panel discussion exploring how quality universal education and voluntary reproductive health care are win-wins for both people and the planet.

In this webinar, Drawdown Solutions senior director Chad Frischmann, Project Drawdown Health and Education research fellow Amrita Namasivayam, OASIS co-founder and executive director Alisha Graves, and education consultant, research director at Unbounded Associates, and head of Climate and Education at The Education Commission Christina Kwauk—the individuals behind this work—will talk about recent updates.

Together, they will dive into how these basic human rights can also be climate solutions; the implications of expanding access in both developing countries and richer parts of the world; the additional benefits of including climate-specific education in classrooms; and how funding and policy can help improve lives, reduce emissions, and build a more resilient system. Register now.