2nd Global Forum on Heat and Health to take place in Copenhagen in July 2020

The 2nd Global Forum on Heat and Health will take place in Copenhagen, Denmark, from 28-31 July 2019, where it will be hosted by the University of Copenhagen and organized jointly by Global Heat Health Information Network partners including the World Health Organization (WHO) and World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Joint Office for Climate and Health, and the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Climate Program Office. 

The biannual 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. 

In Copenhagen, the Network will focus on 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 1st Global Forum on Heat and Health (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.

Interested parties may submit comments on the draft agenda until 15 November, and subscribe for updates on the event. 

- Visit the Forum website
- Download the Call to Action from the 1st Global Forum on Heat and Health