Webinar

How Ocean Health affects Human Health: Policy & Perspectives

How to assess if an ocean is healthy and ways to incorporate into environmental assessment reports.

Begins: August 30, 2018
Expert: CHÚK ODENIGBO
REGULATORY ANALYST, NIMONIK

Chúk is incredibly passionate about the linkages between public health and the environment. He is a Master’s degree candidate in the School of Public Health at the University of Montréal, as well as a Regulatory Analyst at Nimonik. Prior to working with Nimonik, his passion led him to working with the Canadian Parks Council on writing and releasing “The Nature Playbook”, a publication geared towards rebranding nature and parks as being for everyone; demonstrating both the health benefits of nature and suggesting alternative individualized ways to connect with the environment. Chúk has attended several international conferences, including the multidisciplinary joint collaboration between the Salzburg Global Seminar and the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) entitled “Parks for the Planet”; a forum that brought together stakeholders from different industries to better comprehend the link between the natural environment and population health. He was recently listed as one of the Top 30 under 30 changemakers in Alberta by the Alberta Council for Global Cooperation, was named as one of the top 10 young franco-Albertan leaders by Radio-Canada (the French branch of CBC), and has recently been selected to be a part of the first Ocean Bridge cohort, a group of young Canadians selected to lead ocean health and awareness projects across the country.

Module 1: The Ocean and Human Health

  • Defining ocean health
    • The ocean in a Canadian context
    • What is a healthy ocean
  • Defining public health
  • How do ocean and public health intersect
    • Culture-wise – Canada
    • Physically
    • Emotionally

Module 2: Practical Steps

  • How can company health and safety policies reflect ocean wellness?
  • How can ocean health be incorporated into an environmental assessment?
    • Including landlocked provinces
  • How can ocean-influenced human health be incorporated into an environmental assessment?
    • Including landlocked provinces
  • Why do any of this? Why does it matter?

Get Started:

Non-Member Price:
$49
Course Length:
1 hr
Career Stage:
All Career Stages

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