Investing in People and Learning to Foster a Climate Resilient and Green Transition

Climate and Health @SB50


Climate change has major impacts on global public health, with many direct and indirect impacts threatening to undo decades of progress. Climate action, on the other hand, brings many co-benefits to the health of citizens. Join this climate classroom with the World Health Organization to learn more on the role of health in the climate action agenda.


Arthur Wyns is a climate change researcher at the World Health Organization (WHO). He does research on the co-benefits of mitigation and the health aspects of climate policy. He tweets from @ArthurWyns






Human Health and Climate Change


Health commitments for the SG Climate Action Summit

Save the Date!

Our Climate Classroom will take place on Tuesday 18 June, 11am at the World Conference Center Bonn, Plenary Building, Rhln Level.