15:00 – 16:30
- Plenary 1: From One Health and Planetary Health to an operational One Sustainable Health approach - Case studies on Decarbonisation (Pakistan) and Progressive pathways
The session will describe what is meant by sustainability in the realm and differences between One Health and Planetary Health and areas of convergence, education and increasing awareness among public policy decision makers and local communities, how to close inequities, mechanisms and methodology to measure progress, and how policies can be translated into practice, including the science diplomacy.
17:00 – 18:30
- Plenary 2: Global and Local Systems for Health and Environment: what do we know, what have we learned? Moving to a cross disciplinary operational approach - Case studies on adaptative systems (Senegal) and One Health for One Planet Education
The session will look at in-country and global structures to cross-disciplinary approaches and how to engage locally (what works and what does not work).
|Moderator||Richard HORTON (Editor-in-Chief The Lancet; physician)|
|Keynote addresses||Rhoda WANYENZE (Makerere University, Uganda)
Serge MORAND (Centre national de la recherche scientifique [CNRS]; French National Centre for Scientific Research)
Zulfiquar BHUTTA (Chair, Global Child Health, Hospital for Sick Children, Founding Director of the Center of Excellence in Women and Child Health at the Aga Khan University, Toronto, Canada)
|Panelists||Diarmid CAMPBELL-LENDRUM (Unit Head, Climate and Health, World Health Organization)
Chris WALZER (Executive Director of Health, Wildlife Conservation Society)
Renzo GUINTO (St Luke’s Medical Center Medical College, The Philippines)
Gunhild WALDEMAR (BioMed Alliance and One Europe for Global Health OEGH coalition)
John AMUASI (Chair, One Health Commission, The Lancet)