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SHARE 2024 – Sustainable Healthcare Academic Research and Enterprise



Jun 25, 2024

SHARE is a free online conference co-hosted by the University of Brighton School of Sport and Health Sciences, Brighton and Sussex Medical School and the Centre for Sustainable Healthcare. There will be keynote talks, oral presentations and posters around this year's theme of:

Fast-tracking resilient and environmentally sustainable health systems

Students, academics, researchers, clinical and estates colleagues from any discipline interested in sustainable healthcare are welcome to attend.

Emerging Risks from Concurrent, Compounding and Record-breaking Extreme Heat across Sectors


New York, USA

Jul 10, 2024 - Jul 12, 2024

The Extreme Heat Workshop will bring together researchers and practitioners from multiple disciplines to assess and advance the state of knowledge on the mechanisms of concurrent, compounding, and record-breaking heat extremes; to identify community needs; and to develop an interdisciplinary framework for evaluating their risks on sectors including public health, energy, and agriculture, with a cross-cutting focus on climate justice.   Register to attend and/or present. Early career researchers may apply for travel support. Early career researcher travel funds application: May 1, 2024 Abstract submission: May 15, 2024 Registration: June 15, 2024  

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Extreme Heat Knowledge Exchange and Innovation Event



Sep 26, 2024

The BeBrit project will culminate with a one-day Extreme Heat Knowledge Exchange and Innovation Event. The aim of the event is to share knowledge, practical innovations and experiences, developments in research and think together about future planning and preparedness for extreme heat.

18th Plinius Conference on Mediterranean Risks-Session PL7: Air Quality, Heat and Health in the Mediterranean


Chania, Greece

Sep 30, 2024 - Oct 3, 2024

The objective of the 18th edition is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for discussions on our current state of knowledge of Mediterranean risks in a climate change context. Different aspects related to monitoring, assessment, diagnosis, prediction, and definition of weather extremes, wildfires, hydro-geological effects, impacts on natural resources, agriculture, health and society, as well as adaptation capacity and preservation strategies for natural and cultural heritage at risk, will be addressed with a multi-sectorial approach. This will be achieved by bringing together scientific experts in the fields of meteorology, hydrology, wildfires, geomorphology, sociology, engineering, cultural heritage conservation, and governmental or private risk management actors.        

Planned deadlines

  • Abstract submission deadline: 3 May 2024
  • Notification of abstract acceptance: 31 May 2024
  • Letter of schedule (programme publication): 28 June 2024
  • Early registration deadline: 19 July 2024
  • Standard registration deadline: 13 September 2024

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