2024 Pre-Forum 1

'International Symposium on Environmental Health Indicators' related to climate change sessions as a pre-forum

The international symposium on climate change related to the main forum climate change session will be held as a preliminary forum.


In order to facilitate more in-depth discussions at the 2024 WHCF scheduled for November, a total of three pre-forums for the main forum are planned. The first pre-forum is scheduled to take place on June 21st (Friday) at the SNU Medicine, Administration Building 301 Auditorium and will be held as the International Symposium on Climate Change. This pre-forum is co-hosted by WHO ACE, the Ministry of Environment, the Seoul Metropolitan Government, and WHCF, and is organized by the Environmental Health Center (Seoul, Gangwon, Jeju), under the event name "International Symposium on Environmental Health Indicators"


The content presented and discussed at this pre-forum will be supplemented and added to the formal presentation at the November WHCF main forum.


The pre-forums, which will be held over three sessions, are all scheduled to be live-streamed on the official WHCF YouTube channel.

TimeProgramPresenter
09:30 - 10:00
Registration
MC : MinGu Jun (Master of Disaster Risk & Resilience)
Opening & Keynote Speech

10:00 ~ 10:05Opening Remark

Teahee Kim

(SMC Director General)

10:05 ~ 10:10Welcome Remark

Gye-Young Hwang

(KMOE Director General)

10:10 ~ 10:50Keynote Speech
  1. WHO indicator for environmental health in response to climate change
  2. Plan for environmental health indicators embracing climate change
1. Akeem ALi
    (WHO ACE, Head of office)

2. Yun-Chul Hong
    (Seoul EHC)
Session 1 :
Experiences on national level indicators from WPR
Chair: THONDOO, Meelan(WHO ACE)
11:00 ~ 11:20
Creating Smart Health City Standard:
A Comprehensive Analysis of Global Practices, tandards, Indicators, and Stakeholder Engagement
Todd Cort
(Faculty Co-Director of the Yale Center for Business and Environment)
11:20 ~ 11:30
Case Sharing : AustraliaIvan Hannigna, Adi Vyas
11:30 ~ 11:40
Case Sharing : JapanMasahiro Hashizume
11:40 ~ 11:50
Case Sharing : SingaporeRabindre Abeyasinghe
11:50 ~ 12:30
Panel Discussion
12:30 ~ 13:30
Lunch
Session 2 : 
Introduction to Korean local government indicators

Chair: Woo Jin Kim (Gangwon EHC)

13:30 ~ 13:50
Suggestion for local government to design and utilize environmental health indicators

Dawoon Jung (KEI)

13:50 ~ 14:00
Case Sharing : Seoul

Myung Sook Park (Seoul EHC)

14:00 ~ 14:10
Case Sharing : JejuJi Eun Kim (Jeju EHC)
14:10 ~ 14:20
Case Sharing : GangwonMyung-Nam Lim (Gangwon EHC)
14:20 ~ 14:50
Panel Discussion

Discussants

14:50 ~ 15:10
Coffee Break
Session 3 :
Lessons learnt and recommendations on indicators from thematic areas
Chair : Rok Ho Kim (Dr.)
15:00 ~ 15:20
Development of Environment and Health Indicators for European Union CountriesDr. Matthias Brauchbach (WHO European Centre for Environment and Health, Bonn office)
15:20 ~ 15:30
Air Quality Indicators

Enkhee Shinee (Coordinator at WHO/ACE)

15:30 ~ 15:40
WASH Indicators

Rich Johnston

(Technical Officer, Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP), WHO/HQ)

15:40 ~ 15:50
Climate change and Health  Indicators

Sally Edwards

(Coordinator at WPRO)

15:50 ~ 16:20
Panel DiscussionDiscussants
16:20 ~ 17:00

Stock taking of recommendations Wrap up

Moderator: Yun Chul Hong

(Seoul EHC), Discussants


2024 Pre-Forum 1

'International Symposium on Environmental Health Indicators' related to climate change sessions as a pre-forum

The international symposium on climate change related to the main forum climate change session will be held as a preliminary forum.


In order to facilitate more in-depth discussions at the 2024 WHCF scheduled for November, a total of three pre-forums for the main forum are planned. The first pre-forum is scheduled to take place on June 21st (Friday) at the SNU Medicine, Administration Building 301 Auditorium and will be held as the International Symposium on Climate Change. This pre-forum is co-hosted by WHO ACE, the Ministry of Environment, the Seoul Metropolitan Government, and WHCF, and is organized by the Environmental Health Center (Seoul, Gangwon, Jeju), under the event name "International Symposium on Environmental Health Indicators."


The content presented and discussed at this pre-forum will be supplemented and added to the formal presentation at the November WHCF main forum.


The pre-forums, which will be held over three sessions, are all scheduled to be live-streamed on the official WHCF YouTube channel.

Program
Registration
Opening & Keynote Speech
Opening Remark
Welcome Remark
Keynote Speech
  1. WHO indicator for environmental health in response to climate change
  2. Plan for environmental health indicators embracing climate change
Session 1 :
Experiences on national level indicators from WPR
Creating Smart Health City Standard:
A Comprehensive Analysis of Global Practices, tandards, Indicators, and Stakeholder Engagement
Case Sharing : Australia
Case Sharing : Japan
Case Sharing : Sigapore
Panel Discussion
Lunch
Session 2 : 
Introduction to Korean local government indicators
Suggestion for local government to design and utilize environmental health indicators
Case Sharing : Seoul
Case Sharing : Jeju
Case Sharing : Gangwon
Panel Discussion
Coffee Break
Session 3 :
Lessons learnt and recommendations on indicators from thematic areas
Development of Environment and Health Indicators for European Union Countries
Air Quality Indicators
WASH Indicators
Climate change and Health  Indicators
Panel Discussion
Stock taking of recommendations Wrap up


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