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9:00 – 10:20

Opening Session – SUSTAINABILITY AND HEALTH FOR ALL

  • Opening words by the Chair: Harry Rutter, Professor of Global Public Health, University of Bath & Advisory Board member for the INHERIT project
  • Welcome remarks, Karin Schindler, Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Health and Consumer Protection
  • Sustainability Now! Karl Falkenberg, Senior Advisor to the European Political Strategy Centre (EPSC) of the European Commission
  • Behaviour change in the context of health and sustainability, Susan Michie, Professor of Health Psychology and Director of the Centre for Behaviour Change, University College London (UCL)
  • Local leadership and the EU Urban Agenda, Nicolaas Beets, Special Urban Envoy of the Dutch Interior Ministry, Ambassador of the EU Urban Agenda
  • Q&A

10:20 – 11:00

Session 1 – A GREENER, HEALTHIER AND MORE INCLUSIVE EUROPE

  • The triple-win solution, Caroline Costongs, Director of EuroHealthNet & Coordinator of INHERIT
  • Panel discussion with research leads          

    • Brigit Staatsen, Senior Researcher in Environmental Epidemiology, National Institute for Public Health and Environment (RIVM)
    • Pania Karnaki, Director of Research and Head of European Projects, Institute of Preventive Medicine Environmental & Occupational Health (PROLEPSIS)
    • Ruth Bell, Principal Research Fellow and Senior Advisor, UCL Institute of Health Equity, University College London (UCL)
    • Rosa Strube, Project Manager, Collaborating Centre on Sustainable Consumption and Production (CSCP)
    • Geir Arild Espnes, Director, Norwegian University of Science and Technology’s Center for Health Promotion Research (NTNU)

11:00 – 11:30

Networking coffee & tea

11:30 – 13:00

Session 2 – SUSTAINABILITY IN PRACTICE

  • How do they do it? Five triple-win practices will be pitched by practice leaders:

    • Green Gyms for Meatless Mondays in School (UK), Craig Lister, Managing Director at Green Gyms
    • Gent en Garde (BE), Marjolijn Vos, Healthcare Staff Member, Gezond Leven
    • Restructuring Residential Outdoor Areas (SE), Anna Degerfeldt, Social Anthropologist, Urban Utveckling (Urban Development)
    • SWITCH to Active Travel (AT), Wiebke Unbehaun, Practice Lead for SWITCH to Cycling
    • Questionmark App (NL), Charlotte Linnebank, Founder & Executive Director, Questionmark
  • Leading experts reflect further on how these practices address sustainability, behaviour change, and health equity.

    • George Morris, Honorary Professor, University of Exeter European Centre for Environment & Human Health
    • Susan Michie, Professor of Health Psychology and Director of the Centre for Behaviour Change, University College London (UCL)
    • Ruth Bell, Principal Research Fellow and Senior Advisor, UCL Institute of Health Equity, University College London (UCL)

13:00 – 14:00

Networking lunch – sustainable catering by ISS MICH!

14:00 – 15:30

Session 3 – SCALING-UP FROM LOCAL PRACTICE TO INVESTMENT

  • Participants will select one of three simultaneous workshops and join promising practice leaders and experts to engage on how to upscale/mainstream better living (green space, energy efficient housing), moving (active transport) and consuming (healthy diets) across policy action.

    Roundtable discussions will address inter-sectoral cooperation, governance, scalability and economic perspectives.

Living Moving Consuming
Chairs Ingrid Stegeman (EuroHealthNet)

George Morris (Exeter)

Brigit Staatsen (RIVM)

Sibila Marques (ISCTE-IUL)

Mojca Gabrijelcic (NIJZ)

Nina van der Vliet (RIVM)

Rapporteur Tim Taylor (Exeter) Milan Scasny (CUNI) Matluba Khan (UCL)
Presentations Energy Efficiency Housing (UK), Tim J. Taylor, EXETER University, INHERIT Study Lead (UK)

Place Standard Tool, Stefan Bogoev, Mayor of Municipality of Karposh, Republic of Macedonia & Dragan Gjorgjev, INHERIT Study Lead

Thinking Fadura (ES), Silvestre García de Jalón, INHERIT Study Lead

Restructuring Green Spaces Breda (NL), Marnix Scholman & Ton Gjeltema, Share Urbanism

An overview of best practices in active travel, Brigit Staatsen (RIVM)

Lifestyle e-Coaching App (NL), Hanne Spelt, Philips Group Innovation, Research, Brain Behavior & Cognition Group

Urban Cyclers App (CZ), Vojtěch Máca, INHERIT Study Lead, Charles University, Center for Environmental Issues (CUNI)

Seville’s Cycling Plan (ES), Marco Garrido-Cumbrera, Professor, University of Seville & co-Founder of Health & Territory Research (HTR

Dinner is ready in 1,2,3 euros (BE), Wim Verbesselt, Project Coordinator, Colruyt Group

Food Garden Rotterdam (NL), Erik Sterk, Director of Food Garden Rotterdam

The Vegetable Academy (DE), Antonia Mehnert, Regional Manager for The Vegetable Academy

PROVE (PT), Natalia Henriques, Coordinator, Regional Development Association of Setúbal Peninsula (ADREPES) & Daniela Craveiro, Associate Researcher, University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL)

 

15:30 – 16:00

Networking coffee & tea

16:00 – 17:00

Session 4 – LEADING FOR THE FUTURE WE WANT

Chair: Clive Needle, Senior Policy Advisor, EuroHealthNet

  • Workshop rapporteurs present outcomes to inform leadership and policy.
  • Where do we meet to collectively reach the triple win for health, environment and social inclusion?

    A panel with practice and network leaders representing private, public and civil society sectors discuss:

    • Nicolaas Beets, Special Urban Envoy of the Dutch Interior Ministry, Ambassador of the EU Urban Agenda
    • Eelco Smit, Senior Director Sustainability, Group Sustainability, Philips International B.V.
    • Lise Gauvin, Professor, School of Public Health, University of Montreal (ESPUM) and Principle Investigator, Multisectoral Urban Systems for Health and Equity in Canadian Cities (MUSE)

17:10 – 17:15

CONFERENCE CLOSING REMARKS

19:00

Joint reception with the Austrian EU Presidency Conference People’s food – People’s Health: Towards Healthy and Sustainable European Food Systems (22-23 November 2018)

  • With remarks from:

    • Mag. Helena Guggenbichler, IEMBA HSG, Secretary General, Austrian Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Health and Consumer Protection
    • John Ryan, Director, European Commission Health and Food Safety Directorate General, Directorate C – Public Health and Crisis Management
    • Caroline Costongs, Director of EuroHealthNet & Coordinator of INHERIT