“Public Health and the Natural Environment”-Public lecture by Dr Debbie Hemming, 27 September at Bangor University
Dr Hemming is Scientific Manager at the Met Office Hadley Centre and Honorary Senior Research Fellow at the Birmingham Institute of Forest Research.
Debbie will highlight current research on public health and the natural environment, and how this can support public health decision makers to manage and benefit from environmental change. The lecture will explain how the natural environment affects health and wellbeing, including access to green spaces for health and exercise. The impacts of climate and land-use change on risks from disease, as well as from allergenic pollen, will also be discussed.
“Public Health and the Natural Environment”
Dr Deborah Hemming
Rheolwr Gwyddonol, Canolfan Hadley Swyddfa'r Met
Uwch Gymrawd Ymchwil er Anrhydedd, Birmingham Institute of Forest Research
Time & Location
27 September, PONTIO
17.00 Free drinks reception
Pontio level 2, outside the Studio
17.30 Public lecture
PL2 Lecture Theatre, Pontio level 2
This event is organised by the Sêr Cymru National Research Network for Low Carbon, Energy and Environment (NRN-LCEE). It is free to attend and open to the general public. There is no need to register. For further information please visit the website.
Publication date: 23 September 2016