Please click on the links below to find out more about webinars, conferences, roundtable sessions, and workshops

In Conversation Lunchtime Sessions

Our In Conversation programme includes a series of virtual roundtable lunchtime sessions for members to discuss and engage on key areas of focus. Presidents, sustainability leads, policy and communications leads from our member organisations are invited to join these sessions. A pdf of the programme can be viewed here.

20 APRIL 2022, 12.00-13.30

NHS Long Term Plan Update: An opportunity to improve health and care through a greener NHS

Details about this event can be viewed here

22 JUNE 2022, 12.00-13.30

Health inequalities, climate justice and the climate crisis in the UK

24 AUGUST 2022, 12.00-13.30

Embedding sustainability in governance, structure and culture: sharing best practice

19 OCTOBER 2022, 12.00-13.30

The role of the health community in resisting fuel expansion and supporting a just transition to renewables

14 DECEMEBER 2022, 12.00-13.30

How the health community can lead on the transition to more sustainable diets

Communications Workshop: Introduction to Climate Justice

12.00-13.30, Wednesday 15 June 2022

Most members are comfortable communicating the urgency and health impacts of the climate crisis, but many are less confident articulating the concept of climate justice, and how this relates to their work in health. Sustainability leads, policy and communications leads are invited to join.

This 90 minute workshop will:

  • Introduce key climate justice concepts
  • How to incorporate these concepts into health messaging
  • Links to further resources to explore more advanced concepts
  • Discussion of how these concepts can be introduced into how we communicate, as well as what we communicate e.g. whose voices do we centre, who do we work with, etc.

A messaging guide will be developed and shared after the session.

Anyone interested in attending should contact by Friday 3 June. Further details, including learning outcomes, can be viewed here.