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Health in the Climate Crisis: Integrative Approaches for Individuals and Communities

Confluence: A meeting of the Taylor and Middle Fork Snoqualmie rivers.

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Adverse health impacts of the climate crisis have already emerged and will continue to increase in frequency and severity. These health impacts are compounded by poverty and marginalization, disproportionately affecting communities of color and low-income populations.

Integrative health approaches and advocacy provide a framework for addressing the complexity of these impacts on the well-being of individuals, communities, and the environment.

Please join us for this free online conference:

Saturday, May 15 and Sunday, May 16, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. Click here to register.

This conference will educate and inspire community members, community-based organizations, as well as current and future practitioners on how to address the health effects of the climate crisis.

Sections include individual talks and panels on:
– Youth advocacy and well-being
– BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) community advocacy
– Nutrition, equity, and food sovereignty
– Mental health

Senator Mona Das | Heather Price | Elizah DeMartini | Aji Piper | Adonis Piper Williams | Jamie Margolin | Ian Price | Emma Coopersmith | Nia Brice | Jacque Julien | Maria Batayola | Issac Emery | Mary Purdy | Teresa Turner | Fernanda Brusamolin | Daphene Altema-Johnson | Leslie Davenport | Hallie Love | Steve Wilson | Darrell Hillaire | Chayton Remle | Cante Remle | Shawna Gallagher | Rachel Heaton

This event is free due to the generosity of Bastyr University, C3 (Communities of Color Coalition), the Naturopathic Alliance, and North Sound Accountable Community of Health.

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Disclosure:  No one in control of content for this educational activity has disclosed a relevant financial interest with ineligible companies whose primary business is producing, marketing, selling, re-selling, or distributing products used by or on patients.