Climate change and habitat destruction are a threat to human health. Our future is intertwined with global systems, our welfare dependent on the rest of the planet. Technology has long been an essential tool for the development of our society while simultaneously supporting the exploitation of our planet.
Are we able to harness the power and potential of technology to ensure planetary health for the future? Will technology balance out as a force for good for planetary health?
With key-note speeches from Carlos Faerron (director of the Planetary Health Alliance) and Elina Eriksson (Associate Professor at KTH and expert on human-technology interaction), followed by a dynamic debate and panel discussion, the evening is guaranteed to present new perspectives.
This is a call to action for young professionals and students of all backgrounds – let’s work for solutions to make planetary health sustainable for us all. There is no planet B.
Register now to secure a seat in the auditorium at KTH (with fika included), or to participate via Zoom.