Listen to what global youth leaders really think about the handling of our intensifying Climate and Health Emergency.
Jonathan Foster gets the unrestricted views of a diverse and inspiring group of global activists who talk openly about how various crises are framed, current leadership, economic and social values, human stories from their regions, the way climate affects health, their expectations for COP26 and their hopes for the future.
This podcast is brought to you by the Prince Mahidol Award Conference in collaboration with the Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation (SIGHT), FHI 360, The World Health Organisation, The World Bank, The British Medical Journal, USAID, and Foster Media.
First established in 1998, the Prince Mahidol Award Conference has grown to be one of the most important fora to discuss public health issues of global significance and the largest to be led by a low- or middle-income country. It is hosted by the Prince Mahidol Award Foundation, the Royal Thai Government, UN agencies and international health and development partners. The conference participants include ministers, intergovernmental organisations, researchers, and civil society organisations worldwide.