November 3, 2021

Say It With Science: Climate Change & The Threat to Our Health



Date & Time

November 3, 2021
12:00PM EDT - 1:00PM EDT


Climate change is impacting human health — from a warming planet to the quality of the air we breathe.

Say It With Science: Climate Change & The Threat to Our Health will explore the mental and physical health impacts of the climate crisis on human beings. The science is clear: our well-being is inextricably tied to the well-being of our planet, with many health impacts already emerging and many more anticipated in the future

This virtual event will be streamed alongside COP26, the first climate-focused in-person gathering of nearly all 193 UN Member States since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. Join Say It With Science: Climate Change & The Threat to Our Health and connect with members of the COP26 community to discuss what the UN Secretary-General has called, “a code red for humanity.”


Xiye Bastida

Climate Justice Activist, Re-Earth Initiative

Camila Cabello

Singer, Songwriter & Actress

Dr. Susan Clayton

Whitmore-Williams Professor of Psychology, The College of Wooster

Jerome Foster II

Climate Justice Activist, Youngest member of White House Environmental Justice Advisory Council, Executive Director at OneMillionOfUs

Aish Machani

Convenor of the UN Foundation Next Generation Fellows

Rajesh Mirchandani

Chief Communications Officer, UN Foundation

Dr. Maria Neira

Director of the Department of Public Health and Environment at the World Health Organization

Kira Peikoff


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