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Throughout this session our panellists look to explore the interrelationship between the occupants of the Earth: humanity and nature. What are the critical issues facing the world’s fauna, flora and humans? Amidst diminishing resources, how do we all share the planet sustainably?
By evaluating the Global Burden of Disease (GDB) [Institute of Health Metrics and Evaluation, Washington U, Results Tool 2017], this webinar will focus on health variables, epidemiological indicators and “Years Lived in Disability and Mortality” in countries in the Western Pacific Region, and data for those 70-94 years old in the region. The data will reveal possibilities for more regional health policy and planning for countries in the Western Pacific Region, as well as potential changes in key indicators of health for those aged 70+ over the past two decades.
Throughout this webinar our panellists will examine the current state of the world through the lens of the concerning trend of rising inequalities between nations and between individuals across practically every aspect of human development.
Tourism plays an important part in the Queensland economy. As we look to the future, how can we make travel more resilient?
Join JCU Tourism experts Dr Laurie Murphy and Dr Denis Tolkach to discuss how we can develop a resilient tourism sector. Discover how we can contribute to community wellbeing and address current challenges while maintaining a long-term outlook. Topics will also include the responsible use and conservation of resources and how to build capacity to adapt to change.
Throughout this half-hour session, we will be exploring the current state of the world and how leadership, diplomacy and compassion will be vital in emerging from the difficult times we find ourselves in at present. Responses to COVID-19, rising geopolitical tensions and social unrest have differed immensely and during this session, our alumni panel will discuss examples of both sound and substandard leadership during recent crises.
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