Join RSA Fellows globally as we explore how we can shape a more resilient, socially just and sustainable world in the wake of the COVID pandemic. This is the third event in a six-part online event series, co-hosted by RSA Oceania and the RSA Sustainability Network, which aims to build awareness and collaboration, leading to RSA projects.
Human health has proved to be a motivator of extraordinary sacrifice and investment, arguably more than has ever been committed to environmental goals. But might such commitments have prevented or reduced the pandemic’s impact? Air pollution has been reported as a causal factor in people’s vulnerability to COVID-19, and there are numerous examples of environmental degradation affecting health. On the other hand, modern healthcare involves increasing use of single-use items and packaging, which carry over into the environment. How can we build a stronger synergistic relationship between health and the environment?
Please note, this is an online event open to the global Fellowship. Please check the timing in your region:
United Kingdom -- 8:00am BST
Sydney & Melbourne -- 5:00pm AEST
New Zealand -- 7:00pm NZST
Other events in the Bridges to the Future: from crisis to sustainability series:
Building a culture of health and wellbeing -- Thursday 30 July
Building equity and equality -- Thursday 13 August
Building resilient democracies -- Thursday 27 August
Joining instructions will be sent with your confirmation email once you register. Please direct any questions about this event to RSA Oceania Director, Philipa Duthie at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Taking Part in RSA Online Events
For our interactive online events, the RSA uses the platform Zoom. We have found it simple for participants to use while also providing the necessary functionality for an engaging online event.