Jemilah Mahmood

Live now: Living in a complex world: can planetary health offer a way forward?

There is a greater recognition that #health is everyone’s responsibility & its absence threatens lives, economic gr… https://t.co/C08ejVFYNX

Thank you to @JemilahMahmood for closing our #KAPTalks season with her relevant & comprehensive discussion on crisi… https://t.co/8joXZjd8uK

RT @UNDPAzerbaijan: Very interesting presentation on #PlanetaryHealth delivered by Dr @JemilahMahmood within @kapulectures. Thanks to this…

The global systems are failing us. I believe in the south-south cooperation, and that the south has a lot to teach… https://t.co/ph81BDWOCI

Check out the roadmap and action plan developed by Dr. Mahmood and her colleagues https://t.co/aJXD3pXkzb

Maybe #COP29 needs to have a focus on health Maybe addressing it from a systems perspective will help steer us fo… https://t.co/Mbt1Acj7kd

Governments need to improve their societies, but we must be careful that progress doesn’t harm the environment. Cou… https://t.co/ZM59UD4BjA

It's not too late to undo our mistakes, whether it's related to traffic, reliance on fossil fuels, etc... #KAPTalks

6) How do you make sure it’s mainstreamed? That its at the community level as well. (7/7) #KAPTalks

5) Balancing business interests and those of our planet. There will be much economic loss due to climate change - i… https://t.co/ZjfoGQFXDK

4) Building holistic governance, not just at the national level, but also at local and community levels as well. E… https://t.co/35AEMaWenD

3) An education revolution Only 50% of universities talk about climate change and health. Our university made plane… https://t.co/lqMKJSHM07

2) Communication - how are we communicating about planetary health to those not in the development sphere, to regul… https://t.co/eUOgqWAuDD

1) We need a new metric for measuring planetary health (2/7) #KAPTalks

So how do we fix it? We made an action plan with six proposed actions. (1/7) #KAPTalks #planetaryhealth

Nature itself is an asset. And most of our economic progress is linked with it. #KAPTalks

We are in trouble. 6 of 9 of our planetary boundaries have been breached. https://t.co/RRj4YYOGHW

It takes looking at the Interconnectedness of people and planet and realizing it is our behavior that is driving th… https://t.co/0sbRdrdxyX

"we have mortgaged the lives of future generations" @JemilahMahmood #KAPTalks

By 2050, #climatechange will cause $12.5 trillion in economic losses & 14.5 millions deaths $7.1 trillion lost due… https://t.co/5L3noPp1Cy

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