CANE-ACIIE Webinars

Feb. 22 2023

Hailie Brophy, Émilie Tremblay, Nika Moeni

Exploring Eco-Anxiety in Youth:
A Nursing Perspective


May 17, 2022

Dr. Roxana Chicas

Agricultural Workers and Climate Change

January 18, 2022

Elder Albert Marshall, De-Ann Sheppard

Micmaq Ways of Knowing CANE
AGM 2021 Keynote Speakers


October 3, 2021

 Bonnie Hamilton Bogart, Marg Milburn

Children’s Environmental Rights: A Catalyst for Sustainability

June 28, 2021

               Joanna Law
Health Care Green Teams in Canada:
A National Picture

May 6, 2021

Sandlanee Gid, Marilyne Tovar

Indigeneity and Environmental Racism
in Canada: A conversation

April 20, 2021

Fiona Hanley, Maya Reshef Kalogirou, Raluca Radu

Nurses on the planetary frontlines Caring for people and the planet

March 30, 2021

Philippe Perrin, Jac Avanthay Strus, Fiona Hanley

Infirmières et santé Environnementale (en français)

February 23, 2021

Jennifer Morin, Ashley Chisholm

Supporting ecoliteracy in nursing practice (hosted by CNA)

May 29, 2019

Fiona Hanley, June Kaminski

Nursing and Environmental Health (hosted by ARNBC)

November 28, 2017

June Kaminski, Shelly Archibald, Claudette Kelly

Mining and Health: Digging for the Truth

READ EXPOSE

April 24, 2015

Climate, Health, and Healthcare:
A Speaker Series for Health Professional Learners

About the series:

Climate change has profound implications for health and healthcare. But healthcare professional trainees often have little to no exposure to climate and sustainability topics during their training. This series will introduce students to the impact of climate change on health and health equity, what this means for healthcare, and how we can advocate and promote a more resilient and sustainable health system in a low carbon world. The speaker series consists of 6 sessions in total, each about 1 hour in length.

Co-Sponsors

Organized in partnership by UofT Green Meds, CASCADES, the Canadian Association of Nurses for the Environment (CANE), the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE), and the Canadian Federation of Medical Students (CFMS) Health and Environment Adaptive Response Task force (HEART).