- Live Session
- Introduction to the National Park
- The specific Planetary Health challenge
- Local Impact & Global Interconnections
- Literature Review
- Live Session
- Radical Listening for Behavioural Change
- Democratic Organizing & Local Wisdom
- Theory to Practice
What is Planetary Health?
“It must be acknowledged that “planetary health” as a field is primarily a Western construct as Indigenous Traditional Knowledge systems have no clear separation between the health of the planet and the health of self or that of the community and ecosystem at large.” (Page 7, Redvers et al.)
- Indigenous Natural and First Law in Planetary Health, Redvers et al. (2020)
- The Canmore Declaration: Statement of Principles for Planetary Health, Prescott et al. (2018)
- Planetary Health by the Lancet
- Safeguarding human health in the Anthropocene epoch: report of The Rockefeller Foundation, Lancet Commission on planetary health.
- The determinants of planetary health: an Indigenous consensus perspective, Redvers et al. 2022
- A community-based approach integrating conservation, livelihoods, and health care in Indonesian Borneo. Webb, K., Jennings, J., Minovi, D. (2018) from The Lancet
- What are the concepts central to understanding and applying planetary health lens?
- Consider your educational and cultural background. What biases are influencing your understanding of Planetary Health?
What does planetary health mean to you and what are useful vocabularies in the planetary health concept for you to bear in mind?