Large-scale problems like climate disruption, aging public infrastructure and urban/rural disparities pose considerable challenge to public health. How do factors shaped by environment and infrastructure affect public health on a human scale? And which publics are affected? A discussion of research that identifies emergent issues and looks to solution-oriented policies and practices that foster community resilience and planetary health.
This event is part of a series of 5 public conversations between January – May, 2022 to identify potential curriculum and research clusters that will form part of the Community Health Hub of Concordia’s new School of Health.