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Introduction to Planetary Health
Planetary Health In Indonesia
- 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
Advocacy & Replication
Local Impact and Global Interconnections
- The World’s Forests are Shrinking as Precious Old Trees and the Carbon Stores are lost, Science Alert (2020)
- These 3 supertrees can protect us from climate collapse. But can we protect them? Barclay E, Irfan U, McConnell T (2019), Vox
- ‘Like Poking a Beehive’: The Worrisome Link Between Deforestation And Disease, NPR (2020)
- How Unhealthy is the Haze from Indonesian Peatfires? Bell, L. (2017), Mongabay
- Southeast Asia Haze Caused Over 100,000 Deaths, Harvard University Centre for the Environment (2016)
- Why does conservation of primary forest matter to the world?
- What implications does forest logging have in the world ecosystem?
- Why does peat forest degradation matter to human health locally and in the region? What is the significance of reliable data in practicing planetary health approach and what challenges prevent access to such data?
What is the role of monitoring and evaluation in understanding local context and global patterns?
Planetary Health Principle: Integration and Unity (Canmore Declaration)
We must be attentive to the interdependence between the health of humans and the health of our natural environment, and understand that harming our natural environment often also means harming our own communities.