COVID-19 CONSIDERATIONS: The 2nd Global Heat Health Forum, scheduled for July 28-31 in Copenhagen, will be postponed until 2021 due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. 

In lieu of the in-person event, virtual dialogues will be held on the original dates and topics, a series of online Masterclasses will be offered by leading experts, and other periodic activities are planned. 

We will miss seeing everyone in person, but believe these virtual alternatives create the opportunity for even greater participation from around the world in conversations and learning across the Network. 

Those who have already registered or submitted abstracts will be contacted directly with next steps. Registration fees will be refunded in full. 

Stay tuned or subscribe now for more on Heat Health 2020 - Virtual.

Protect cities and workers from extreme heat in a rapidly warming world.

Virtual Alternative: 28-31 July 2020

In-person Forum: Date TBD 2021 / Copenhagen, Denmark

The 2nd Global Forum on Heat and Health will now take place in 2021 (dates to be announced). In lieu of the in-person event, virtual dialogues will be held on the original dates and topics, a series of online Masterclasses will be offered by leading experts, and other periodic activities are being planned.

Details on these events will be announced shortly.

The biennial Heat Health Forum is an international multi-stakeholder platform that helps build community and accelerate the transformation of knowledge to action that can help society better adapt to a warmer world.

During the virtual and live events, our global network will focus on uncovering issues and shaping high-impact opportunities to protect workers and cities from the health impacts of extreme heat.

The Forum will review progress on the priorities established in Hong Kong at the First Global Forum on Heat and Health in 2018, raise awareness of the urgent need to protect populations from extreme heat in a warming world, and set out ambitious new targets to protect workers and cities from extreme heat exposure.

Why participate?

  • Build connections and share expertise with heat health experts and practitioners from around the world
  • Learn about the latest in heat health science, research and practice, what’s working, and what's not.
  • Get involved and develop opportunities for projects and collaborations beyond the Forum.
  • Contribute to the Network's knowledge sharing and heat action platform.

Contact us

info@ghhin.org

  • Abstract submissions (closed)
  • Scientific programme

ghhin2020-registration@mci-group.com

  • registration
  • payments

mbendtsen@nexs.ku.dk

  • All other questions