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9:00 AM May 05 - 5:00 PM June 29, 2022
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Add to Calendar 05/05/2022 9:00 AM 29/06/2022 5:00 PM Australia/Sydney Flourish! Interdisciplinary solutions for a thriving planet

The current COVID-19 pandemic underscores the necessity of an interdisciplinary approach to operationalising planetary health solutions. Without understanding the social context in diverse cultures and without appropriate legal and policy frameworks, scientific insights cannot be applied to produce the necessary health, policy and governance outcomes.

The Flourish! Symposium aims to bring together a diversity of researchers, industry, community representatives, and policy makers to address the challenges of simultaneously improving human and ecosystem health in an interconnected and changing world and propose boundary spanning solutions and frameworks to ensure long term wellbeing and resilience of people and the planet.

Who is this for?

Early and mid-career researchers (EMCR), industry, policy and community representatives working in ecosystem, human and animal health, policy and governance. Flourish! will challenge you to move beyond disciplinary fields, linking scientific insights and data with appropriate policy frameworks and communication strategies.

Hear more from the organising team about the event here:

When?

2-day interdisciplinary symposium: 6th to 7th June, 2022

Professional development workshops: 5th May; 24th May and 29th June 2022

Cost:

$40 (excluding GST) for Symposium and workshop series

Accessibility grants

Through the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia), the Australian Academy of Science is offering a number of mobility grants to support a diversity of EMCRs and PhD students to participate in Flourish!

The mobility grants are designed to offset the expenses associated with attending for those participants who may not be able to attend without support and/or people from traditionally underrepresented groups.

Funds can be used to cover costs associated with attending the event, such as caring responsibilities, access to an appropriate venue and connectivity, and other support required to facilitate your attendance.

Accessibility grant applications can be made during the event registration process.

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9:00 AM May 05 - 5:00 PM June 29, 2022

Flourish! Interdisciplinary solutions for a thriving planet

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The current COVID-19 pandemic underscores the necessity of an interdisciplinary approach to operationalising planetary health solutions. Without understanding the social context in diverse cultures and without appropriate legal and policy frameworks, scientific insights cannot be applied to produce the necessary health, policy and governance outcomes.

The Flourish! Symposium aims to bring together a diversity of researchers, industry, community representatives, and policy makers to address the challenges of simultaneously improving human and ecosystem health in an interconnected and changing world and propose boundary spanning solutions and frameworks to ensure long term wellbeing and resilience of people and the planet.

Who is this for?

Early and mid-career researchers (EMCR), industry, policy and community representatives working in ecosystem, human and animal health, policy and governance. Flourish! will challenge you to move beyond disciplinary fields, linking scientific insights and data with appropriate policy frameworks and communication strategies.

Hear more from the organising team about the event here: https://aas.eventsair.com/flourish-planet/participate

When?

2-day interdisciplinary symposium: 6th to 7th June, 2022

Professional development workshops: 5th May; 24th May and 29th June 2022

Cost:

$40 (excluding GST) for Symposium and workshop series

Accessibility grants

Through the Theo Murphy Initiative (Australia), the Australian Academy of Science is offering a number of mobility grants to support a diversity of EMCRs and PhD students to participate in Flourish!

The mobility grants are designed to offset the expenses associated with attending for those participants who may not be able to attend without support and/or people from traditionally underrepresented groups.

Funds can be used to cover costs associated with attending the event, such as caring responsibilities, access to an appropriate venue and connectivity, and other support required to facilitate your attendance.

Accessibility grant applications can be made during the event registration process.

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