How will the environmental crises affect people in poverty and experiencing health inequalities in the UK?

Virtual Mobilising Whole of Society Climate Action By registration Nature Politics and Policy Resilience

About this Event

This event is part of the Everyone’s Environment programme, a collaboration of over 60 social and environmental charities to accelerate action on the social impacts of the environmental crises.

Environmental change, and the policies introduced to respond to it, will not affect all people in the same way. This rapid change has the potential to entrench or reduce some of society’s most pressing inequalities, including around income and health.

But understanding how to bring about a positive future and support people living in poverty or experiencing health inequalities to deal with the impact of environmental crises first requires an understanding of the impacts, to help you to navigate the issue and your potential response.

Along with our charity partners, this event will launch research into the impacts of environmental change and associated policies on people in poverty, and those experiencing health inequalities, in the UK.