Here's a non-exhaustive selection of my talks
Int. Assn. Child Health meeting
Talk - "when crises converge"
MSF paediatric days 2022
PaED talk (TED-style talk):
“Time for action: Climate change in the humanitarian sector”
St Ethelburga's centre for reconciliation and peace
MED Healthy Cities @British Library
Panellist - how do we make London healthier and happier after covid-19?
#DeSci day at EthAmsterdam
Pitch - what do we need to move into Health3.0?
Simposio Internacional y Mesa Redonda de Políticas. Migración, Salud Y Desarrollo Sostenible En América Latina y El Caribe.
Talk - climate change, migration and health (virtual stream to Costa Rica)
London School of Economics - March '22
Panelist alongside Dr. Justin Parkhurst and Dr. Eric Schneider to debate "This house believes that social determinants of health are buzzwords in the global health field"
Primary Care International - Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford - March 22
Keynote speaker: "Towards a Planetary Health Paradigm in Primary Care"
Northeastern University - Apr '22
Climate and Health Justice Activism:
Contradiction, or Resolved?
Cambridge Women in Media Society: how to get into science journalism
Royal Society of Medicine -
What is the role of healthcare professionals in a changing climate?
Wrapping up the RSM's series on health and climate, panel speaker alongside Dr Cheryl Holder, President of the Florida State Medical Association and co-chair of the Florida Clinicians for Climate Action, and Dr David Pencheon, Founding Director of the NHS Sustainable Development Unit.
Launch of the Thames Valley SOP
Talk on Climate Justice
From the Ground Up - Why Health Justice Means Climate Justice(Panel Chair)
Covid-19 has brought into consciousness the deep pre-existing health inequalities. It has highlighted how our health is shaped by the wider social, economic and environmental conditions in which we live. This panel discussion seeks to reflect on the connections between health and the climate, the public health impacts of extractive industries and how the Green New Deal can also be a Public Health New Deal.
The Doctors Will See you Now!(Panelist)
25th June 2020
Panelist alongside Dr Tony O'Sullivan - co-chair of Keep Our NHS Public, and Dr Philip Hammond of Private Eye
Ecofeminism: Gender, Justice and Planetary Health (Panelist)
14th May 2020
University College London
How ecofeminism can help us to rethink our social relations and material conditions, provide a powerful critique of power and enable us to move beyond the binaries- - whether of man-woman, human-nonhuman, nature-culture, sick-well.
Evidence to the RESET enquiry: the APPG on the Green New Deal
21st July 2020
Evidence to the APPG alongside Nigel Topping, High Level Climate Action Champion, COP26; Professor Sir Michael Marmot; and Hilary Cottam OBE, social entrepreneur.
Life and Lockdown - Hope, Solidarity and Allyship (panelist)
Glastonbury Leftfield Stage
27th June 2020
In absence of this year’s Glastonbury Festivals, activism can still be recharged with the Glastonbury Left Field debates making the case for radical responses to these challenging times.
Health, Civil Society, and Global Engagement for a Safe Climate (panelist)
Global Climate and Health Alliance, side event at COP 25
7th December 2019
This session highlights the opportunities and strategies for health civil society to influence the global climate policy discussion, global climate negotiations, and how to build a global climate and
Role of Health Professionals in Patient Advocacy (panelist)
4th December 2019
London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine
Panelist exploring what advocacy means, the ethical and legal challenges faced by health professionals, and the role and responsibility of health professionals to advocate for their patients.
MSF and climate change (panelist)
1st November 2019
Medecines Sans Frontiers - London
Is there a future? Parenthood in the face of ecological collapse (panelist)
11th October 2019
Advocacy without borders: fighting inhumane immigration policy (panelist)
14th September 2019
Global Nurses Solidarity Assembly, San Francisco
This panel focuses on the effects of inhumane immigration policy, discussing experiences providing care, facilitating direct action, and building cross-border alliances.