- Time: 10.00 - 12.00
We are bringing together colleagues to connect in our West of England Summer Series. Creating the opportunity for colleagues to connect and join in our discussions, this time we’re looking at air quality and pollution.
We will be joined by practitioners and UWE environmental health student, Jemma Price, who will share her research proposal into crematoriums effect on air quality. A wider discussion is invited into the environmental, ethical, and sustainable issues around the disposal of bodies.
Dr Jo Barnes Senior Research Fellow at UWE Air Quality Management Resource Centre will also give an update an overview about air quality in the region currently. We will also be joined by Gupti Gosine, Community Wellbeing Manager at Gloucester City Council who will update us on their Air Quality action plan and their community well-being engagement themed response to the pandemic and Lukas Mocek from Sensor.Community. He will share with us their community led air quality monitoring network. Sensor Community is a contributor driven global sensor network that creates Open Environmental Data, their mission is to inspire and enrich people’s lives by offering a platform for the collective curiosity in nature that is genuine, joyful and positive.
We hope this gives you the opportunity to share information, discuss issues of common interest and to catch up - see how you can benefit from strengthening your connections by registering now.
What's in it for you?
We are facilitating bringing together the environmental health community to connect, learn from colleagues experiences and to share research and insights. In these unprecedented times it’s more important than ever for CIEH to facilitate these discussions.
Who should attend?
Any environmental and public health professionals.
What you need to know
This free webinar is open to all environmental health and public health professionals. However, if you want to attend, you must register online to confirm your attendance. Once registered, you will be sent an email with joining instructions.
The webinar is limited to 3,000 attendees and registering guarantees you a place on the webinar. Once we reach 3,000 registrations no more will be accepted. All our webinars will be available for access post-broadcast so that they can be watched again or at a more convenient time if you are unable to attend.
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