Climate Change & Health

The CVV conducts research on the links between climate change and health.

Indeed, climate change has severe impacts on health: adverse weather events worsen living conditions, heat waves provoke cardio-respiratory affections, mental health issues are on the rise while infectious diseases emerge in new patterns. But climate change is not just a threat for public health: it can also be an opportunity to improve health.

Many actors are key to raising awareness on the link between climate change and health. In order to study how these actors communicate on this issue, the CVV has developed a research project entitled “4C-Health” (for “Center for Climate Change Communication & Health“).

The CVV also organized several events on climate change, climate migration and health.

 


About 4C-Health


The 4C-Health Partners

 

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The team

Shukrullah Ahmadi, Avner Bar-Hen, Anneliese Depoux, Helen Fischer, Antoine Flahault, Mathieu Hemono, Rébecca Grojsman, Niamh Herlihy, Lea De Jong, Aïssatou Kourouma, Corinne Kowalski, Rainer Sauerborn, Stefanie Schütte, Sophie Puig-Malet, Jale Tosun, Glenn Verner, Patrick Zylberman.


All our climate change related activities

The CVV has organized several events on climate change and health as well as climate migration and health:

 

M8 Alliance expert meeting on Migrants’ and Refugees’ Health – Session on Climate Migration, Rome, June 23-24, 2017

 

COP 22 Side-event: “Climate Change, Human Migration and Health”, Marrakesh,November 9, 2016.

 

Scientific conference: “Climate Change Migration & Health”, French Embassy in Berlin, June 10, 2016.

 

COP21 side event: “Healthy Lives on a Healthy Planet – What is next for research and policy ?”, Le Bourget (Paris), December 11, 2016.

 

World Health Summit Workshop: “Climate Change and Health”, Berlin, October 13, 2015

 

DAAD scientific workshop: “Climate Change and Health – how to raise awareness among the public?”, Hôtel-Dieu, AP-HP, Paris, September 10, 2015.

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