From 29 June until 3 July, PHENOTYPE will be present during the Making Cities Liveable Conference focussing on "Achieving Green, Healthy Cities".
The 52nd International Making Cities Liveable Conference takes place in Bristol (UK) which is this years' European Green Capital.
For more information, check out the conference website.
El 26 de Maig a les 13:00, parlarem de salut i espais verds a l'Agència de Salut de Barcelona. Vostè pot trobar el programa aquí. Us hi esperem!
El 27 de Maig a les 18:30 parlarem a la Fabrica del Sol (Barceloneta): "CICLE FES VERD, FES SALUT: Envoltat de verd, ets més feliç". No t'ho perdis!
On the 28th of April 2015 representatives of a range of disciplines, including researchers, council officials and action groups came together in Stoke-on-Trent (UK) to attend the PHENOTYPE Stakeholder Conference. Wilma Zijlema, PhD student at the University Medical Centre Groningen (NL) reflects on the event.
Following on from the Health from the Outside in: Urban Design, Green Space and Human Health, (PHENOTYPE) Conference, a Public Health Lecture and discussion will take place in Stoke-on-Trent (UK) on the evening of Tuesday 28 April 2015, presented by Dr William Bird, MBE.
Monday 9 February is the day to meet HEAL for two film screenings followed by a debate on “health and environment” documentaries. The session is jointly hosted with the organisers of FIFE (Festival international du film d’environnement).
Following each of the screenings there will be a discussion with the audience. For 'Endocrination', the discussion will be led by Stéphane Horel, a French film director and Lisette van Vliet, Senior Adviser, Chemicals and Chronic diseases at HEAL. For 'Zone Blanche', the discussion will be led by Pauline Berthellemy, Réseau Environnement Santé (RES) and Sophie Pelletier, Spokesperson for Electrosensitivity of France (Electrosensibles de France/Priartem).
France - 2014 - 52'
Director : Stéphane Horel
Websites : www.whatsupfilms.com, www.beliane.com, www.stephanehorel.frwww.beliane.com
A clever baby investigates in Brussels the lobbying against the regulation of endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs).
Monday, 9th February, 14.30, Cinéma des Cinéastes, room 2
Monday, 9th February, 20.30, Cinéma Jean Marais
France - 2014 - 22'
Director : Gaëlle Cintré
Intolerant people towards artificial electromagnetic fields are forced to survive on the fringe of society.
Monday, 9th February, 16.45, Cinéma des Cinéastes, room 2
From 28-30 April 2015, the PHENOTYPE Consortium will convene in Stoke-on-Trent (UK) to discuss progress, analysis and preliminary results of the project. As part of this, we invite stakeholders to the programme on 28 April 2015, which will include seminars from invited speakers, discussion and engaging public sessions.
Further information regarding the programme outline and registration can be found on the Staffordshire University website.
Why we like you to participatedd?
The scientific community is increasingly encouraged to connect with civil society and the policy domain, to optimise the benefit of research investment, ensuring practical application of obtained knowledge. Because the field of Natural Spaces Infrastructure is no exception, we like to better understand the actual background and needs of professionals in these sciences.
To this aim, the PHENOTYPE Consortium invites you to provide input through the online questionnaire addressing scientific knowledge transfer and collaborations between research and other professions.
From 20-21 October 2014, the Centre for Research in Environmental Epidemiology (CREAL) will host to the Young Researchers Conference on Environmental Epidemiology organized by ISEE-Europe. While covering all areas of research in environmental epidemiology, a main theme of the conference this year will be the “Exposome”.
“Green Cities, Healthy People – Planning Healthy Urban Settings”, a two-day B-Debate held in Barcelona (30-31 October 2013), intended to explicitly link research and practice in Public Health and Urban Planning. Among the contributors were international experts from different disciplines as well as practitioners who contributed examples of good practice to the debate. B-The meeting was largely funded by Debate, International Center for Scientific Debate Barcelona, a Biocat initiative with support from “la Caixa” Foundation, and organized in collaboration with PHENOTYPE. The focus was on the European region and more specifically regarding cities in southern and eastern Europe.
The International festival of environmental films (FIFE), taking place 4-11 February in Paris, will this year again feature a ’health and environment’ theme. In partnership with the organisers, The Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) will be hosting two debates linked to three films addressing how the environment affects our health - "The Human Experiment", "Cosmetics and Health" and "In Small Print" - that have been selected for this year’s festival.
The “Health and environment” programme within the festival takes place on Friday, 7 February (including the debates) and Saturday, 8 February 2014 at Cinema des Cineastes, 7 ave de Clichy, 75017 Paris.
Follow the link for more information.