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DE 2015 Summer 718 Web

World Health Day 2022

An online forum where care providers, researchers, and artists across genres and geographies could discuss the relationship between the state of the earth and human health.


7 April 2022






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Visions and Voices of a Healthy Planet

Human caused climate change has created an existential threat to life on this planet and has dramatically altered our health and wellbeing as well as our conception of ourselves and our place in the world. It is in this spirit that care providers and artists across genres and geographies who recognize the relationship between planetary and human health were convened. This conversation for Our Planet, Our Health aimed to facilitate immersion in the reciprocal relationship between care for our planet and ourselves.

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Christopher Bailey

Lab Co-Director

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Nisha Sajnani, PhD

Lab Co-Director


Cecil Scheib

Chief Sustainability Officer, NYU

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Renée Fleming


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Dr Melissa Lem

Director of PaRx, BC Parks Foundation

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Modisana Mabale

Performance artist and director, Street Arts Government

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Jave Yoshimoto

Visual artist and art therapist

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Chantal Bilodeau

Director, Arts and Climate initiative