Building bridges between human well-being and conservation I International Symposium
on Nature & Health:
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The I International Symposium on Nature & Health: Building bridges between human well-being and conservation

Is an interdisciplinary event that presents renowned speakers to discuss the relationship between nature and health. Climate change is an indisputable fact that threatens human and planet health. In a post-pandemic world, it is time to reflect, to dialogue and find local and global integrative solutions, based on themes such as Eco Health / Planetary Health, connection-disconnection-reconnection with nature, nature-based health interventions, new spaces for health promotion, awareness and convergence between health and sustainability.

It is time to unequivocally unite human well-being and the conservation of biodiversity. People need nature and nature needs the care of people.

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Interested in understanding the impact of nature on your own health and well-being? Are you a member of institutions that can collaborate in the conservation of the planet and biodiversity? Are you a health professional and want to improve patient care? Do you want to understand how you, as an individual, can make a difference in this context?
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  • General public with an interest in the topic

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Program

Schedule
Activity
Speaker

08:00 – 08:30

Welcome and opening session

Sidney Klajner
Claudio Lottenberg

08:30 – 09:00

Conference: A pilgrim across the Earth

Satish Kumar

Nature and public health
Moderator: Henrique Neves

09:00 – 09:20

Conference

Marcelo Korc

09:20 – 09:30

Q&A

09:30 – 09:40

Break

Nature-based health interventions
Moderator: Miguel Cendoroglo

09:40 – 10:00

Protected areas as public health and well-being infrastructures, the EUROPARC Federation’s “Healthy Parks, Healthy People” Program

Pete Rawcliffe

10:00 – 10:20

Nature connectedness and mental wellbeing

David Sheffield

10:20 – 10:40

e-Nature: possibilities of connectedness with nature and well-being

Lis Leão

10:40 – 11:00

Q&A

11:00 – 11:10

Break

Indigenous culture’s experience with nature
Moderator: Erika Hingst-Zaher

11:10 – 11:30

Nature and indigenous cosmology: an anthropological view

Glenn H. Shepard Jr.

11:50 – 11:50

Traditional Medicine: health in the forest

Elaine Moraes

11:50 – 12:00

Q&A

11:30 – 11:40

Break

Video – Traditional Medicine: health in the forest
Moderator: Erika Hingst-Zaher

11:40 – 12:00

Comments

Elaine Moraes

12:00 – 13:30

Break

Mind-body-stress-well-being and environment interrelationships
Moderator: Elisa Kozasa

13:30 – 13:50

Conference

Esther Sternberg

13:50 – 14:00

Q&A

How to conserve nature and improve health
Moderator: Claudio Maretti

14:00 – 14:20

Impact of environmental degradation on human health

Paulo Saldiva

14:20 – 14:40

Blue spaces, climate and health

Ronaldo Christofoletti

14:40 – 15:00

The importance of inspection as a means of maintaining natural resources and quality of life

Lt. Calandrini

15:00 – 15:10

Q&A

15:10 – 15:30

Break

Health care and nature
Moderator: Paulo de Tarso Lima

15:30 – 15:50

Dimensions of human and planetary care

Vera Waldow

15:50 – 16:10

Transforming the science of nature into public health policies

Braulio Dias

16:10 – 16:30

Human behavior, lifestyle and planetary health

Antonio Saraiva

16:30 – 16:40

Q&A

16:40 – 16:45

Break

Video debate: The promise of Planetary Health
Moderator: Sônia Bridi

16:45 – 17:00

Video presentation

17:00 – 17:40

Vídeo debate

Armando Valdés-Velásquez
Samuel Myers

17:40 – 17:50

Q&A

Health and well-being and cultural and social values of trees and forests
Moderator: Luciano Lima

Horário

08:30 – 08:50

Atividade

Conference

Palestrante

Liz O’Brien

08:50 – 09:00

Q&A

Integration of knowledge: from ancestral to technological
Moderator: Camila Sobral Barra

09:00 – 09:20

The relationship of indigenous people with nature: what can we learn?

Cristine Takuá

09:20 – 09:40

Opportunities, challenges, priority actions in the nature and health dialogue

Felipe Feliciani

09:40 – 10:00

How technology can bring us closer to nature

Guto Carvalho

10:00 – 10:10

Q&A

10:10 – 10:30

Break

Leadership for healthy hospitals, healthy natural environments, healthy people
Moderator: Eduardo Zlotnik

10:30 – 10:50

Leadership in health institutions

Sidney Klajner

10:50 – 11:10

Leadership in the third sector

Roberto Klabin

11:10 – 11:30

Public policy leadership

Rodrigo Agostinho

11:30 – 11:40

Q&A

Video debate: a look at nature is needed

11:40 -11:50

Video presentation

11:50 -12:10

Comments

Luccas Longo

12:10 – 13:30

Break

Healthy children in nature: the future begins now
Moderator: Bebel Barros

13:30 – 13:50

Nature and children initiatives: scientific evidence

Angela J. Hanscom

13:50 – 14:10

Nature and child development

Daniel Becker

14:10 – 14:30

Children’s activities in conservation unit

Ginessa Corrêa

14:30 – 14:50

Q&A

Appreciative look and Nature photography experience
Moderator: Eliza Carneiro

14:50 – 15:05

Conference

Floriana Bertini

15:05 – 15:15

Q&A

15:15 – 15:30

Break

How to create public and private places and spaces for health and well-being
Moderator: Teresa C.Magro

15:30 – 15:50

Biophilic Cities: challenges and strategies

Maurício Lamano Ferreira

15:50 – 16:10

Sustainable buildings

Junia Gontijo

16:10 – 16:30

Green and healthy environments

Josh Karliner

16:30 – 16:40

Q&A

Video debate: beauty in nature and health
Moderator: Anna Davison

16:40 – 16:50

Video presentation

16:50 – 17:30

Vídeo-debate

Claudio Feijó
Rhett Diessner

17:30 – 17:40

Q&A

17:40 – 17:50

Closing

Luiz Vicente Rizzo

Schedule

Activity and Speaker

08:00 – 08:30

Welcome and opening session
Sidney Klajner
Claudio Lottenberg

08:30 – 09:00

Conference: A pilgrim across the Earth
Satish Kumar

Nature and public health
Moderator: Henrique Neves

09:00 – 09:20

Conference
Marcelo Korc

09:20 – 09:30

Q&A

09:30 – 09:40

Break

Nature-based health interventions
Moderator: Miguel Cendoroglo

09:40 – 10:00

Protected areas as public health and well-being infrastructures, the EUROPARC Federation’s “Healthy Parks, Healthy People” Program
Pete Rawcliffe

10:00 – 10:20

Nature connectedness and mental wellbeing
David Sheffield

10:20 – 10:40

e-Nature: possibilities of connectedness with nature and well-being
Lis Leão

10:40 – 11:00

Q&A

11:00 – 11:10

Break

 

Indigenous culture’s experience with nature
Moderator: Erika Hingst-Zaher

11:10 – 11:30

Nature and indigenous cosmology: an anthropological view
Glenn H. Shepard Jr.

11:30 – 11:50

Traditional Medicine: health in the forest
Elaine Moraes

11:50 – 12:00

Q&A

11:30 – 11:40

Q&A

Video – Traditional Medicine: health in the forest
Moderator: Erika Hingst-Zaher

11:40 – 12:00

Comments
Elaine Moraes

12:00 – 13:30

Break

 

Mind-body-stress-well-being and environment interrelationships

13:30 – 13:50

Conference
Esther Sternberg

13:50 – 14:00

Q&A

How to conserve nature and improve health
Moderator: Claudio Maretti

14:00 – 14:20

Impact of environmental degradation on human health
Paulo Saldiva

14:20 – 14:40

Blue spaces, climate and health
Ronaldo Christofoletti

14:40 – 15:00

The importance of inspection as a means of maintaining natural resources and quality of life
Ten. Calandrini

15:00 – 15:10

Q&A

15:10 – 15:30

Break

 

Health care and nature
Moderator: Paulo de Tarso Lima

15:30 – 15:50

Dimensions of human and planetary care
Vera Waldow

15:50 – 16:10

Transforming the science of nature into public health policies
Braulio Dias

16:10 – 16:30

Human behavior, lifestyle and planetary health
Antonio Saraiva

16:30 – 16:40

Q&A

16:40 – 16:45

Break

Video debate: The promise of Planetary Health
Moderator: Sônia Bridi

16:45 – 17:00

Video presentation

17:00 – 17:40

Vídeo debate
Armando Valdés-Velásquez
Samuel Myers

17:40 – 17:50

Q&A

Health and well-being and cultural and social values of trees and forests
Moderator: Luciano Lima

Schedule

Activity and Speaker

08:30 – 08:50

Conference
Liz O’Brien

08:50 – 09:00

Q&A

Integration of knowledge: from ancestral to technological
Moderator: Camila Sobral Barra

09:00 – 09:20

The relationship of indigenous people with nature: what can we learn?
Cristine Takuá

09:20 – 09:40

Opportunities, challenges, priority actions in the nature and health dialogue
Felipe Feliciani

09:40 – 10:00

How technology can bring us closer to nature
Guto Carvalho

10:00 – 10:10

Q&A

11:00 – 11:10

Break

 

Leadership for healthy hospitals, healthy natural environments, healthy people
Moderator: Eduardo Zlotnik

10:30 – 10:50

Leadership in health institutions
Sidney Klajner

10:50 – 11:10

Leadership in the third sector
Roberto Klabin

10:30 – 10:50

Public policy leadership
Rodrigo Agostinho

11:30 – 11:40

Q&A

Video debate: a look at nature is needed

11:40 – 11:50

Video presentation

11:50 – 12:10

Comments
Luccas Longo

12:00 – 13:30

Break

 

Mind-body-stress-well-being and environment interrelationships
Moderator: Elisa Kozasa

13:30 – 13:50

Nature and children initiatives: scientific evidence
Angela J. Hanscom

13:50 – 14:10

Nature and child development
Daniel Becker

14:10 – 14:30

Children’s activities in conservation unit
Ginessa Corrêa

14:30 – 14:50

Q&A

Appreciative look and Nature photography experience
Moderator: Eliza Carneiro

14:50 – 15:05

Conference
Floriana Bertini

15:05 – 15:15

Q&A

15:15 – 15:30

Break

 

How to create public and private places and spaces for health and well-being
Moderator: Teresa C.Magro

15:30 – 15:50

Biophilic Cities: challenges and strategies
Maurício Lamano Ferreira

15:50 – 16:10

Sustainable buildings
Junia Gontijo

16:10 – 16:30

Green and healthy environments
Josh Karliner

16:30 – 16:40

Q&A

Video debate: beauty in nature and health
Moderator: Anna Davison

16:40 – 16:50

Video presentation

16:50 – 17:30

Vídeo debate
Claudio Feijó
Rhett Diessner

17:30 – 17:40

Q&A

17:40 – 17:50

Closing
Luiz Vicente Rizzo

* Programming and speakers subject to change without notice.
** Total hours of the event: 16 hours

Speakers

SPEAKERS

Angela J. Hanscom

Angela J. Hanscom is a pediatric occupational therapist and founder of TimberNook—an award-winning developmental and nature-based program that has gained international popularity. She is the author of Balanced and Barefoot: How Unrestricted Outdoor Play Makes for Strong, Confident, and Capable Children. Hanscom is also a frequent contributor to The Washington Post and in 2019 won a Small Business of the year award for the State of New Hampshire.

Antonio Saraiva

Full Professor at the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo (USP), working for decades in computing applications to innovative and critical areas, such as agriculture, biodiversity, the environment and, more recently, to planetary health, creating research groups. He coordinates the Planetary Health Group, nationwide, based at the Institute for Advanced Studies (IEA-USP). Member of the Steering Committee of the Planetary Health Alliance, and chairman of the recently concluded Planetary Health Annual Meeting 2021. He was USP's Deputy Dean of Research in the 2014-15 biennium, and an advisor to the USP's 2020-2020 Research Dean. Graduated in Electrical Engineer (Poli-USP) and Agricultural Engineer (ESALQ-USP).

Armando Valdés Velásquez

Laboratory Director of Ecohealth and Urban Ecology - Faculty of Sciences and Philosophy of the Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia.
Biologist, interest in Ecology and Conservation. Doctor in Geography and Zoology, interest in Biogeography. Conservation Coach – Capacity Development and Education Specialist. Biodiversity Monitoring Specialist.

Braulio Dias

Braulio Ferreira de Souza Dias graduated in Biological Sciences from the University of Brasília in 1975, where he has been an adjunct professor since 1982, initially in the Department of Forestry Engineering and later in the Department of Ecology, and a Ph.D. in Zoology from the University of Edinburgh in 1981. He was a researcher from the IBGE Ecological Reserve in Brasília between 1978 and 2011. Has carried out research on the biodiversity and ecology of the Cerrado Biome, established and coordinated a large experimental project on Fire Ecology in the Cerrado, coordinated the Global Pollinators Initiative and the Brazilian Pollinators Initiative , coordinated proposals for the creation of conservation units in the Cerrado Biome, including the Grande Serão Veredas National Park, and acts at the interface between science and public policies for the conservation of biodiversity.
He has held various positions at the Ministry of the Environment, having been Research Director at the Brazilian Institute for the Environment and Natural Resources (IBAMA), Director of Biodiversity Conservation and National Secretary for Biodiversity and Forests. He participated in the Brazilian negotiating delegations under the Convention on Biological Diversity between 1991 and 2011 and was Executive Secretary of the Convention on Biological Diversity of the United Nations between February 2012 and February 2017 and coordinated the creation of the Brazilian Fund for Biodiversity (FUNBIO ) in 1996. He is currently chairman of the global board of Birdlife International, member of the advisory committee of the Alliance of Bioversity International & the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT), member of the advisory committee of the global sustainability research program Future Earth, member of Bayer's External Sustainability Council and board member of several Brazilian conservation organizations – Instituto Life (Curitiba), SAVE Brasil (São Paulo), Biodiversitas Foundation (Belo Horizonte), Sustainable Amazon Foundation (Manaus) and Pró-Natureza Foundation (FUNATURA) , of which it is a founding member and its current president. In 2018, he received the National Biodiversity Award from the MMA.

Claudio Feijó

Claudio Feijó is a pedagogue, clinical psychologist and photographer. He participated in 4 seasons of the Arte na Fotografia program on Canal Arte1 / Rede Bandeirantes de Televisão (2017 to 2020). Gives Photography Mentoring / Image Language, participated in dozens of Photography Festivals across the country. Former director and professor at the Escola de Fotografia Imagem-Ação since 1972. He has extensive experience in the teaching area (as a teacher, director, educational advisor and collaborator). He was a technical consultant for Polaroid in Brasil from 1989 to 1999. He has photographic work in the Polaroid World Collection, in the Masp-Pirelli Collection, in Fototeca Cubana, as well as in several private collections. In photography, he was also awarded by Banco Real / Fundação Roberto Marinho and with the Marc Ferrez / Funarte Scholarship. He has been coordinating the Eye Deconditioning Workshop since 1986, across the country, in the most diverse areas of activity (corporate, educational and creative development).

Claudio Lottenberg

Graduated in Medicine, Ophthalmologist with master's and doctorate from Escola Paulista de Medicina, Federal University of São Paulo. He is the author of the books "Brazilian Health Can Work"; "Citizenship - Technology at the Service of the Patient and Not the Contrary" and co-author of the book "The Digital Revolution in Health". He is currently President of the Deliberative Council of the Sociedade Beneficente Israelita Brasileira Albert Einstein, of the Instituto Coalizão Saúde, of Lide Saúde and Vice-President of the Business Leaders . Member of the Superior Health Council of the State of São Paulo and of the Council of the Secretariat of Economic Development and Health of São Paulo. He is a Visiting Professor at Harvard University (USA), a professor of public health policies for the MBA in Health course at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein and a member of the São Paulo Academy of Medicine.

Cristine Takuá

Cristine Takuá is a teacher and indigenous artisan of the Maxakali people. Graduated in Philosophy from UNESP-Marília, she is a professor at E.E. Indigenous Txeru Ba’e Kua-I, belonging to the Indigenous Land Ribeirão Silveira, located on the border of the municipalities of Bertioga and São Sebastião (SP). She has experience in projects related to healing plants, such as the Ka'agui Poty (Flores da Mata) Project, financed by the indigenous traditional medicine area of FUNASA's Vigisus Program, and exchanges between indigenous peoples. She is the founder and advisor of Instituto Maracá and was representative for São Paulo in the Guarani Yvyrupa Commission (2018). She has publications on the Guarani way of being and their educational practices. She works with the intersection of themes: Art, Empowerment, Feminism and Resistance. Among the numerous projects and events in which she has participated and to which she has been invited in recent years, she was the curator of the Mostra Audiovisual Indio.doc held at SESC Vila Mariana. She has collaborated with artists such as Ernesto Neto (Pinacoteca of the State of São Paulo) and is a founding member of FAPISP (Forum of Articulation of Indigenous Teachers of the State of São Paulo). She was a guest at the Tela Indígena Festival, held in Porto Alegre, and is a collaborator in the Jornada Shubu Hiwea project, which encourages indigenous knowledge in schools through exchanges and booklets prepared by the indigenous people themselves. She was a curator at the Rec tyty Indigenous Art Festival.

Daniel Becker

Pediatrician graduated and with medical residency at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, master in collective health at the National School of Public Health Sérgio Arouca. He has great experience in Brazil and abroad as a consultant to the World Health Organization and several foundations. He was a pediatrician with the organization Doctors Without Borders in refugee camps in Asia. He worked for 20 years with health in popular communities with the Center for Health Promotion (Cedaps). He teaches Collective Health at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and was one of the creators of the Family Health Strategy. He is a pioneer of Integral Pediatrics in Brazil, and a media reference on childhood issues. Partner of Instituto Alana in the Child and Nature program.

David Sheffield

Associate Head of Centre for Psychological Research, University of Derby.

Elaine Moraes

Graduated in Nursing from the Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Paraná, Professional Master in Nursing from the Faculdade Israelita de Ciências da Saúde Albert Einstein, Specialist in Indigenous Health from the Universidade Cândido Mendes and in Nursing in Women's Health: Gynecology and Obstetrics from the Centro de Estudos Literatus.

Esther Sternberg

Dr. Esther Sternberg currently holds the Inaugural Andrew Weil Chair for Research in Integrative Medicine and is Research Director for the Andrew Weil Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona at Tucson. She is the Founding Director of the UArizona Institute on Place, Wellbeing & Performance, and holds joint appointments at UArizona as Professor of Medicine and Psychology.

She is internationally recognized for her discoveries in the science of the mind-body interaction in illness and healing, and the role of place in wellbeing. She is a pioneer and major force in collaborative initiatives on mind-body-stress-wellness and environment interrelationships.

Dr. Sternberg is the author of two best-selling popular books including: Healing Spaces: The Science of Place and Well-Being and The Balance Within: The Science Connecting Health and Emotions, which are highly readable, informative, and scientifically based inspirations for lay persons and professionals alike, seeking answers to the complexities and 21st century frontiers of stress, place, healing, and wellness. Healing Spaces: The Science of Place and Well-Being was recognized by the President of the American Institute of Architects as an inspiration for launching the AIA’s Design and Health Initiative.

She has advised the World Health Organization; the US Institute of Medicine; the Royal Society, London; the Vatican, where she had an audience with Pope Benedict XVI; and has briefed high level US Federal Government Officials including the Office of the Surgeon General, leadership of the National Institutes of Health, the Department of Defense, and the United States Congress.

Felipe Feliciani

Felipe Feliciani is a biologist, MBA in Sustainable Development and Specialist in Environmental Planning by the University of Rotterdam in the Netherlands. He has more than 15 years of experience in managing species conservation and protected areas projects, environmental education programs and public policy development. At WWF-Brazil, he is responsible for the implementation of the "Healthy Parks, Healthy People" strategy and coordinator of the Borandá Movement, actions related to the institutional driver for the valorization of protected areas, it is also a focal point for the conservation of jaguars, and acts in the planning and monitoring of biodiversity corridors.

Floriana Bertini

Graduated in Medicine. Specialist in Cardiology by the Brazilian Society of Cardiology, post-graduated in Coaching in Health and Well-Being. Currently: personal project #asfloresnocaminho. Author of the books "Qualquerum e os processos de mudança" (ed Loyola, 2020) and "Qualquerum em tempos de corinavirus" (Ás editorial, 2021)

Ginessa Corrêa

Bachelor's degree in Tourism, Master in Environmental Sciences. She worked in different conservation units in Brazil, in the areas of management, public use and environmental education. She is currently the manager of the Salto Morato Natural Reserve RPPN.

Glenn H. Shepard Jr.

Glenn H. Shepard Jr. was born in Georgia, United States, and raised in Virginia. He graduated from Princeton University and received his Ph.D. in Medical Anthropology from the University of California at Berkeley. As an ethnobotanist, medical anthropologist and filmmaker, he has been conducting field research for over three decades among various indigenous peoples in the world, mainly in the Amazon. Its more than 100 scientific publications cover a range of topics, including traditional medicine and shamanism, community management of natural resources, the protection of isolated indigenous peoples, and indigenous appropriations of digital technologies. He has participated in the production of several films, including the documentary Spirits of the Rainforest, which won the prestigious 'Emmy' award in 1993. His written works, including some ethnographic works of fiction and poetry, were also awarded. His work has gained visibility in international news magazines such as National Geographic (2016) The New Yorker (2016, 2019) and Financial Times (2019). He is currently a senior researcher in the Human Sciences division of the Goeldi Museum in the Brazilian Amazon and an associate researcher in Anthropology at the American Museum of Natural History in New York. Since 2011 he maintains the blog Notes From the Ethnoground (ethnoground.blogspot.com).

Guto Carvalho

Coordinator of AvistarBrasil.
Editor, producer and bird watcher.

Josh Karliner

Josh Karliner is International Director of Program and Strategy for Health Care Without Harm (HCWH). In this capacity he directs HCWH’s International Climate Program and leads strategic development in other areas. He has more than 30 years of experience leading organizations working on international environmental, health and social justice issues. Since 2005 he has coordinated HCWH’s engagement with international institutions while helping guide the development of the organization’s offices, partnerships and programs in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Working with a talented international team he established and developed HCWH’s Global Green and Healthy Hospitals Network which is now active in 72 countries. He also headed HCWH’s global mercury campaign, which, in collaboration with the World Health Organization, helped win the worldwide phase-out of mercury-based medical devices through the Minamata Convention. Prior to joining HCWH, Josh co-founded and directed three NGOs, worked for Greenpeace International, taught at the University of San Francisco, and is author of two books along with a wide variety of academic and popular publications.

Junia Gontijo

Director of Patrimony, Engineering and Infrastructure of the Sociedade Beneficente Israelita Brasileira Albert Einstein.
Junia was Director of the Corporate Realty Services area at Citibank Brasil for 15 years.
She has a degree in Civil Engineering from the Federal University of Minas Gerais with a specialization in Urbanism, an MBA in Business Management from Fundação Getúlio and specialization in management from Loughborough University, England.

Lis Leão

Graduated in Nursing and Bachelor of Arts, she is a specialist in Public Health and Education, with a Masters and Doctorate from the University of São Paulo and a post-doctorate from the University of Human Sciences of Strasbourg. Dr. Leão is the leader of the e-Nature Research Group: Interdisciplinary Studies on Connecting with Nature, Health and Well-Being (CNPq) which investigates connection and nature-based interventions for clinical use in health services and health promotion / welfare. She is a scientist at the Research Institute of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein and a professor in the Stricto Sensu Program in Health Sciences, Professional Master in Nursing and Professional Master in Health Education at the same institution. She has been working with health research projects, guiding projects at the Assistance Research Center, which encourages research in health practices at the bedside. Her research interests are: Nature and Health; Pain management; Well-being, Complementary / Integrative Therapies; Arts and Sciences. She has been developing with her students, in a pioneering way in the country, studies on pain in vulnerable populations (indigenous people from the Amazon, homeless people, psychiatric patients). She has also worked with research on nature and health and validated the first image bank of nature that promotes well-being for use in a hospital environment. She has a personal blog on scientific communication: Nature in me and has given numerous interviews to the media. She is also a wildlife photographer.

Liz O’Brien

Dr. Liz O’Brien joined Forest Research in 2000, after completing a PhD at the University of Central Lancashire which involved research into land management and environmental conservation practices of organisations, landowners and farmers.

Her research experience and interests over the past few years concern the well-being benefits that people gain from engagement with trees, woodlands and green spaces at a variety of different levels of activity from ‘hands on’ engagement, such as volunteering, to using and being in woodlands through walking, cycling etc. This aspect of Liz’s work focuses particularly on health and restoration in terms of physical, mental and social health, and also on education and learning particularly through approaches to outdoor learning. She is interested in how the benefits people gain can potentially lead to wider impacts on individual’s lives, and community development and capacity building. Liz is increasingly involved in evaluations of programmes and interventions aimed at engaging a wide variety of groups with nature and focused on sustaining or changing behaviours. These include evaluations of the Grow Wild Programme for the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, the Active Forest programme for Forest Enterprise England and the Westonbirt Arboretum community inclusion programme.

She has also been involved in a number of other interdisciplinary projects with ecologists, economists, psychologists, biologists and finds this a particularly important way of gaining different perspectives, understanding other approaches and methods, and seeing how these can be incorporated into new research. She has and is collaborating with many countries on research and in the exchange and development of evidence and ideas.

Luccas Longo

He has a degree in Biology and a specialization in Bioecology and Conservation from the Methodist University of Piracicaba (2001) and a master's degree in Forest Resources from the Escola Superior de Agricultura ´Luiz de Queiroz´ - ESALQ / USP (2007). He is currently manager of the Conservation Unit, of the Technical Division of Biodiversity Conservation and Protection Units and Herbarium of the Municipal Secretariat for Green and Environment (São Paulo City Hall). She is part of the collective Bando Misto, of nature observation and has experience in the area of Education and Biodiversity Conservation, working mainly on the following themes: management of conservation units, wild fauna, bird watching, nature conservation, environmental education and graphics.

Luiz Vicente Rizzo

Physician and Superintendent Director of Research at Instituto Israelita de Ensino e Pesquisa Albert Einstein. Full Professor at the University of São Paulo - Department of Immunology - ICB-USP (2005-2010). Head of the Primary Immunodeficiency Clinic - HCFMUSP (1999-2008). General Secretary of the 13th International Congress of Immunology. Vice-President of the Brazilian Society of Immunology (2000-2001). President of the Brazilian Society of Immunology (2006-2007). Member of the Academy of Sciences of the State of São Paulo.

Maria Neira

Dr Maria P. Neira has been directing the Department of Environment, Climate Change and Health at the World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland since September 2005. Throughout her tenure and up until now she has led and advised on policy and management in key areas of environmental health.

Prior to that she served as Under-Secretary of Health and President of the Spanish Food Safety Agency.

From 1993-1998 she was Coordinator of the Global Task Force on Cholera Control.

Dr Neira began her career as a medical coordinator working with refugees in El Salvador and Honduras for Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders). She then spent several years working in different African countries during armed conflicts.

Born in the city of Oviedo, Asturias, Dr Neira is a Spanish national, a medical doctor by training and specialized in Endocrinology and Metabolic Diseases; and Public Health.

Among many distinctions, she has been awarded the Médaille de l'Ordre national du Mérite by the Government of France and received an “Extraordinary Woman” award by HM Queen Letizia of Spain. In early 2019, she was nominated among the top 100 policy influencers in health and climate change.

Marcelo Korc

Dr. Korc is Chief of the Climate Change and Environmental Determinants of Health Unit at the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO). He has twenty-eight years of experience in designing, planning, and managing strategic efforts and conducting research studies in health equity with emphasis on environmental determinants of health and populations in conditions of vulnerability in the Americas. Prior to joining PAHO/WHO in 1998, he worked in the private sector for Sonoma Technology, Inc. and Independent Project Analysis, Inc.
Sam’s research explores the human health impacts of global environmental change. His projects currently include exploring the human nutritional consequences of rising concentrations of C02 in the atmosphere, falling populations of pollinating insects, and changes in global fisheries in response to ocean warming. As the Director of the Planetary Health Alliance, Sam oversees a multi-institutional effort (over 220 organizations in over 50 countries) focused on understanding and quantifying the human health impacts of disrupting Earth’s natural systems and translating that understanding into action globally. For his research, Dr. Myers was the inaugural recipient of the Arrell Global Food Innovation Award in 2018 and Prince Albert II of Monaco prize for research at the interface of health and environment in 2015. He is the co-editor with Howard Frumkin of Planetary Health: Protecting Nature to Protect Ourselves published in August 2020.

Maurício Lamano Ferreira

Postdoctoral student at the University of Porto (Portugal). Postdoctoral and PhD from the University of São Paulo (USP). Master's Degree in Plant Biodiversity and Environment from the São Paulo Institute of Botany. Graduated in Geosciences from the Institute of Geosciences at USP and in Biological Sciences from Universidade Mackenzie. Maurício has been dedicated to research on ecological and floristic patterns and processes in urban areas, as well as biophilic aspects inherent to this issue. Professor and Researcher at Centro Universitário Adventista de São Paulo.

Miles Richardson

Miles Richardson is a Professor of Human Factors and Nature Connectedness. He founded the Nature Connectedness Research Group at the University of Derby in 2013. The group has pioneered the first interventions to bring about sustained increases in nature connectedness, bringing about improved wellbeing and pro-nature behaviours. In 2018 its work was named by Universities UK as one of the UK’s 100 best research breakthroughs for impact.

Since the launch of the group, Miles has worked with several nature conservation organisations in the UK, including the National Trust and RSPB. Miles also works closely with Natural England. For example, on the development of the Nature Connection Index (NCI) which informs the UK’s national People and Nature Survey.

Paulo Saldiva

Full Professor, Department of Pathology, Faculty of Medicine, University of São Paulo (USP). It concentrates Research activities in the areas of Pathological Anatomy, Pulmonary Pathophysiology, Respiratory Diseases and Environmental Health, Applied Ecology, Cities and Human Health, Humanities and Medical Anthropology. Cyclist and harmonica player. Director of the Institute for Advanced Studies at USP from 2016 to March 2020.

Pete Rawcliffe

Pete Rawcliffe is Head of the People and Places team in NatureScot, the national nature agency in Scotland, with responsibility for the people-focused aspects of SNH's remit, including its work with the health sector to deliver nature based solutions for improving public health in Scotland. As a member of its Council, he has also led the development of the Healthy Parks, Healthy People Europe programme of the Europarc Federation – Europe’s leading network of parks and protected areas.

Rhett Diessner

Rhett Diessner is Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Lewis-Clark State College, where he has been teaching for 33 years. He earned his doctorate in human development at Harvard and his master's degree in educational psychology at the University of Oregon. His research interests are engagement with natural beauty, artistic beauty, moral beauty, and beautiful ideas. He is the author of the book, Understanding the Beauty Appreciation Trait (Palgrave Macmillan) and of articles in peer review journals, such as Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity and the Arts, Journal of Aesthetic Education, and Ecopsychology.

Roberto Klabin

Lawyer graduated from the Law School of University of São Paulo (USP). He has a specialization in Business Administration from Mackenzie University, and he graduated from Harvard through the Owner / President / Management program (OPM 31). He is a managing partner in the following companies: KL & KL Participações Ltda; RK Hotels and Tourism and Caiman Agropecuária Ltda. He has an important role as an environmentalist, and is currently Vice President of Fundação SOS Mata Atlântica and Instituto SOS Pantanal. Member of the Board of Directors of the Sustainable Amazon Foundation; Member of the Advisory Board of FUNBIO, Brazilian Biodiversity Fund; Member of the São Paulo Government Environmental Advisory Board; Member of the Management Council of the Onçafari Project; Member of the Management Council of LIDE (Group of Business Leaders). Member of the Deliberative Council of Hospital Einstein; Member of the Deliberative Council of the Jewish Museum; President of the Board of the Brazilian Museum of Sculpture and Ecology (MUBE) and Vice President of the Brazilian Luxury Travel Association (BLTA).

Rodrigo Agostinho

Rodrigo Agostinho is an environmentalist, a lawyer graduated from the Faculty of Law of Bauru - Instituto Toledo de Ensino (2001). Master in Science and Technology with emphasis in Conservation Biology at USC and Specialist in Strategic Management at USP.

He was executive manager of Instituto Arapyaú (2016-2018) and is a former mayor of the municipality of Bauru (SP). He has experience in the field of Law, with an emphasis on Public, Administrative and Environmental Law, and experience in Water, Climate Change, Conservation Biology and Biodiversity.

He was a member of CONAMA - National Council for the Environment for over 10 years and is a Member of the World Commission on Environmental Law at IUCN - International Union for Conservation of Nature, Member of the Council of the Institute for the Right for a Green Planet, Program Fellow LEAD - Leadership for Environment and Development of the Rockefeller Foundation.

He was councilor for two terms and Municipal Secretary for the Environment in Bauru, in addition to being a member of the National Biodiversity Commission, of the Executed Commission of the PDA - Demonstrative Projects Program of the PPG7 - Pilot Program for the Protection of Tropical Forests in Brazil, of the Committees of Tietê Batalha and Tietê Jacaré Basin, Founder of the Instituto Ambiental Vidágua and the Pró Batalha Forum and member of the Pró Tietê Nucleus of the SOS Mata Atlântica Foundation.

He created the Clickarvore Recovery Program with 36 million trees planted. He is currently a member of the Brazilian Society of Zoology, SAVE Brasil, the Brazilian Society of Ornithology, the Brazilian Society of Herpetology and the Botanical Society of Brazil.

He was chairman of the Committee on the Environment and Sustainable Development (CMADS) of the Chamber of Deputies (2019/2020). He is currently a full member of the Committee on Foreign Affairs and National Defense (CREDN) and an alternate member of the Committee on Agriculture (CAPADR).

He coordinates the Environmentalist Parliamentary Front of the National Congress and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Mixed Parliamentary Ethical Front against Corruption.

Ronaldo Christofoletti

Researcher in marine science, interested in interdisciplinary approaches that integrate environment, health and well-being. I develop actions at the interface between science and other sectors of society, in the popularization of science for decision-making, from individuals to institutions. Member of the Advisory Committee for the Ocean Decade of the MCTI and of the Communication Advisory Group for the Ocean Decade - IOC UNESCO.

Samuel Myers

Sam Myers is a Principal Research Scientist at the Harvard School of Public Health and is the founding Director of the Planetary Health Alliance (www.planetaryhealthalliance.org).
Sam’s research explores the human health impacts of global environmental change. His projects currently include exploring the human nutritional consequences of rising concentrations of C02 in the atmosphere, falling populations of pollinating insects, and changes in global fisheries in response to ocean warming. As the Director of the Planetary Health Alliance, Sam oversees a multi-institutional effort (over 220 organizations in over 50 countries) focused on understanding and quantifying the human health impacts of disrupting Earth’s natural systems and translating that understanding into action globally. For his research, Dr. Myers was the inaugural recipient of the Arrell Global Food Innovation Award in 2018 and Prince Albert II of Monaco prize for research at the interface of health and environment in 2015. He is the co-editor with Howard Frumkin of Planetary Health: Protecting Nature to Protect Ourselves published in August 2020.

Satish Kumar

Peace-pilgrim, life-long activist and former monk, Satish Kumar has been inspiring global change for over 50 years. Aged 9, Satish renounced the world and joined the wandering Jain monks. Inspired by Gandhi, he decided at 18 that he could achieve more back in the world and soon undertook a peace-pilgrimage, walking without money from India to America in the name of nuclear disarmament. Now in his 80s, Satish has devoted his life to campaigning for ecological regeneration, social justice and spiritual fulfilment.

Satish founded Schumacher College as well as The Resurgence Trust, an educational charity that seeks a just future for all. To join Satish in protecting people and planet, become a member of Resurgence (with 20% off), entitling you to this charity’s change-making magazine, Resurgence & Ecologist.

Satish appears regularly on podcasts, radio and television shows. He has been interviewed by Richard Dawkins, Russell Brand and Annie Lennox, appearing as a guest on Radio 4's Desert Island Discs, Thought for the Day and Midweek. Satish presented an episode of BBC2's Natural World documentary series, which was watched by 3.6 million people. An acclaimed international speaker and author, Satish’s autobiography sold over 50,000 copies, inspiring change around the world.

Sidney Klajner

Sidney Klajner is a Digestive Surgeon. He holds a degree in Medicine and a Master's degree from the Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo, medical residency from the Hospital das Clínicas of the Faculty of Medicine of University of São Paulo (USP), fellow of American College of Surgeons. President of Sociedade Beneficente Israelita Brasileira Albert Einstein.
He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Instituto Coalizão Saúde and of the Higher Council of Health Management - managed by the State Secretary of Health of São Paulo, as well as Professor of the Executive MBA in Health Management at Einstein, in the discipline “The Health Market in Brazil and in the World: Structure and strategies”. He is co-author of the book “A Digital Revolution in Health”, a work in which he investigates the impact of new technologies in medicine and in several aspects of health, such as assistance, management, quality and sustainability of the system.

Ten. Calandrini

Bachelor of Police Science in Security and Public Order - APMBB 2011
Bachelor of Laws - Unicsul 2012
Post-graduation in Legal Sciences –Unicsul 2012
Specialization in Environmental Policing - CPAmb 2012
Specialization in Nautical Policing Techniques - CPAmb 2014
Bachelor of Environmental Management - USP 2016
Specialization in Preservation of the Pantanal Biome - UFMS -2016
Wildlife Trafficking Program - Botswana –Africa - 2018
Head of the Monitoring Sector of the São Paulo Environmental Policing Command - 2011 - present date
Master's student in the Sustainability Program at EACH-USP
Professor of Environmental Law at the Barro Branco Military Police Academy

Vera Regina Waldow

Nurse by the School of Nursing at the University of Rio Grande do Sul (Brazil); Public Health Qualification (EEUFRGS); Specialization in Higher Education Methodology (FACED / UFRGS); Specialization in Occupational Nursing (UFRGS); Master's degree from the Faculty of Education (FACED / UFRGS) and Doctorate (EdD) in Nursing Education (Teachers College-Columbia University / USA). Doctoral dissertation in 1992 with the theme: The conscientization of oprression in Brazilian nursing through feminist pedagogy: a case study. Retired professor at the UFRGS School of Nursing. Researcher, currently a member of the Grupo de Investigación en Enfermería Aurora Mas de la Universidad de Zaragoza, España. Author of 3 books published by the publisher ARTMED, books organized with two more authors and include chapters of her own. At Editora Sagra-Luzzatto: Human Care: the necessary rescue. For Editora Vozes, she published a series, among them, the best known, “Caring: humanizing expression of nursing”. This book received new editions and was included in the Textbook Program, with recognition in the academic scene. Among the most recent books are: “Care of Nursing: reflexiones entre dos orillas” (coordinator, with 3 chapters, was published by Fundación Index, Granada, España) in 2014 and “Knowing & Caring: research in situations of vulnerability in the stages of childhood and adolescence ”(organizer, with 3 chapters) published by Paco Editorial 2016, Brazil). The most recent, published in 2020 by Editora CRV, are: Research in Nursing: Care highlighted as the organizer and author of the chapter, "Advanced technologies and Artificial Intelligence: the future of nursing and Human Care". Next, the publication under the title: Awareness, Care and Health: contributions to human and planetary development, in partnership with Dr. Eloita Pereira Neves. It has texts published nationally and internationally; lecturer and professor of short courses in countries in South America, Mexico and Spain. His greatest participation has been in Peru, where he received several honors and degrees as at Universidad de Cajamarca, where he was honored with the title “Doctor Honoris Causa” in May 2017.

MODERATORS

Anna Davison

Anna Davison holds a Master degree in anthropology from Universidade de Brasilia and has extensive experience with Ethics in Research with Humans and Research Integrity, as well as studies in theory and history of art and a post graduation in Art Market and Collecting from Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Currently, she coordinates the Office of Research Integrity of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein, where she has also been discussing actions to publicize the Institution’s collection of works of art.

Bebel Barros

Forest Engineer and Master in Ecosystem Conservation by ESALQ / USP (School of Agriculture "Luiz de Queiroz" at the University of São Paulo), she has always worked with education and nature conservation. She is a co-founder of Outward Bound Brazil and worked in the management and management of conservation units at the São Paulo State Forestry Foundation. After Raquel and Beni's birth, she began to study the relationship between childhood and nature in the contemporary world. Since 2015, she has worked as a researcher for the Child and Nature program at Instituto Alana.

Camila Barra

Consultant for community businesses and specialist in promoting good living. Master in Social Anthropology from Unicamp, she arrived in the Amazon in 2008 at the invitation of the Instituto Socioambiental (ISA) and, for more than a decade, worked in the collaborative construction of actions for the management of territories, recognition of collective rights and guarantee of autonomy and traditional ways of life. In partnership with indigenous organizations, local associations, third sector institutions, public managers and the private sector, it has been dedicated to the structuring of indigenous tourism initiatives and the development of social impact businesses aligned with its own form of community governance and benefit sharing collectives. Since 2019, she has joined the consulting team of the NGO Garupa in supporting indigenous communities in creating and shaping visitation experiences in indigenous lands that connect visitors with ancestral knowledge and the conservation and protection of these territories.

Claudio C. Maretti

Consultant and researcher.
Post-doc at Geography at São Paulo University (USP) - Collaborative conservation, protected areas.
Vice President of the Comisión Mundial de Áreas Protegidas (CMAP), of IUCN, for South America (https://www.iucn.org/commissions/world-commission-protected-areas).
Member of the Atibaia Socioenvironmental Collective - acting in the region (https://www.facebook.com/socioambientalatibaia/).
Member of the Advisory Board of the International Center for Water and Transdisciplinarity (Cirat: http://cirat.org).
Former president, director and coordinator of Instituto Chico Mendes de Conservação da Biodiversidade (ICMBio - Brazilian federal protected areas agency); WWF-Brasil; WWF Living Amazon Initiative; Fundação Florestal de São Paulo (state protected areas agency).
Former Executive Coordinator of the III Congress of Protected Areas of Latin America and the Caribbean, Lima 2019 (III CapLac: https://www.areasprotegidas-latinoamerica.org/)

More about Cláudio C. Maretti:
Professional information: http://lattes.cnpq.br/8630019776624847 e https://www.linkedin.com/in/claudiocmaretti
Publications, lectures and similar: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Claudio_Maretti/researc.

Eduardo Zlotnik

Gynecologist and OB at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein.
Vice-president and Coordinator of the Social Responsibility and Sustainability Committee of the Sociedade Beneficente Israelita Brasileira Albert Einstein.
Phd in Gynecology at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo.
Master in Obstetrics from IAMSPE.
Post-graduation in Health Economics from University of São Paulo.
MBA in Health from Insper.

Elisa Kozasa

Researcher and Professor in the area of Neuroscience and Behavior at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein. First Mind and Life Institute fellow nominated in Latin America. She works in research and innovation in cognition, emotion and well-being with several publications and international collaborations. She coordinates the postgraduate course in "Emotional Management in Organizations: Cultivating Emotional Balance" that forms instructors of this program by Einstein. She is an Honorary Member of the Brazilian Air Force and is involved in the focus training and emotional regulation of elite surf and skate athletes.

Eliza Carneiro

Documentary photographer specialized in nature and themes related to biodiversity and conservation. Photography art educator. Two published books: Juçara, a palmeira da Mata Atlântica (2020) and Olhares e Vozes da Alma (2017). Master in Zoology from Unesp in Rio Claro. Graduated in Biology from the University of Mogi das Cruzes. She has published photographic material in National Geographic online and Terra da Gente Magazine, as well as photos illustrating books on the environment, conservation and biodiversity.

Erika Hingst-Zaher

Zoologist, researcher at the Butantan Institute. One of her work focuses is the connection between Human Health and Nature, within the concept of One Health. She coordinates the monitoring of bats and birds within the MCTI Virus-PREVIR Network for the identification of pathogens of importance to human health. It develops activities that bring people closer to nature, to promote conservation.

Henrique Neves

General director of Sociedade Beneficente Israelita Brasileira Albert Einstein and Vice-president of Anahp (National Association of Private Hospitals). Throughout his career, he occupied several positions of leadership among which namely the vice presidency of Shell Brazil and the presidency of Brazil Telecom and VARIG S/A.

Luciano Lima

Master in Zoology from the University of São Paulo (USP) and Bachelor of Biological Sciences from the Universidade Estadual do Norte Fluminense, with part of the training as a CAPES fellow by the Universidad del Turabo, Puerto Rico, USA. He is currently a researcher at the Butantan Institute. He is the creator, co-founder and technical coordinator of three Brazilian bird observatories, including the Bird Observatory (Instituto Butantan), the first created in Brazil. Maintained through partnerships with public and / or private institutions, bird observatories conduct long-term biodiversity monitoring and research and promote the act of “bird watching” (bird watching) as a tool and awareness and engagement for biodiversity conservation and for human well-being, connecting adults and children with nature through birds.

Miguel Cendoroglo

Medical Director and Superintendent of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein. He is currently an Associate Professor, Full Professor at the Federal University of São Paulo, Assistant Professor at Tufts University School of Medicine (Boston) and Adjunct Professor at the Executive MBA in Health Management at Insper Instituto de Ensino e Pesquisa, in partnership with Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein.

Paulo de Tarso Lima

Master in Medicine from Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo (FMUSP). Specialist in Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas - São Paulo. Fellow Andrew Weil Center of Integrative Medicine - U. Arizona - USA. Coordinator of post-graduation course in Integrative Health and Well-being at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein.

Sônia Bridi

Sônia Bridi is currently a special reporter for "Fantástico". The award-winning journalist with extensive experience as an international correspondent, alongside the film reporter and husband, Paulo Zero, Bridi set up the first base of TV Globo in the East, between 2005 and 2006, in China, produced articles for all the TV news on the station. As an international correspondent, Bridi lived in London (1995), New York (from 1996 to 1999), Beijing (between 2005 and 2006) and Paris (2008 to 2010).

Sônia has worked at Rede Globo since the 1990s, and has in her curriculum a trajectory of reports and series of great national and international repercussion as coverage of Eco 92, the presidential elections in Argentina in 1999, Beijing Olympic Games (2008), during the recording of the series Diário do Cima (2012) Bridi climbed Kilimanjaro, Africa (5,642 meters) to show the effects of global warming, Planet Earth: sellout (2012), The Journey of Life (2014/2016).

She wrote the books “Laowai - Stories of a reporter in China”, about her experience in Beijing and “Climate Diary”, the book is an overview of the series of reports “Earth, what is the weather like?” produced by Sônia on the consequences of global warming.

Teresa C. Magro

Forestry Engineer, works with teaching and research involving Public Use in Natural Areas and Forests for Human Well-Being. She has a specialization in Wild Areas Management in Costa Rica and a PhD in Environmental Engineering Sciences at the University of São Paulo.
She is currently Associate Professor, Full Professor, at the Luiz de Queiroz School of Agriculture, University of São Paulo. Member of the Recreation Ecology Research Network and works in the Section of IUFRO 6.04.0 - Nature Conservation and Protected Areas.

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  • Coordinator: Lis Leão
  • Aline Pacífico
  • Giulia Catissi
  • Letícia Bernardes de Oliveira
  • Roberta Savieto

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  • President: Lis Leão
  • Adriana Gasparini
  • Carla Souza Behr Pitoli
  • Denise Tiemi Noguchi
  • Dulce Pereira de Brito
  • Ester Masola
  • Fabio Ricardo de Souza Romano
  • Neilor Cardoso Guilherme
  • Paulo de Tarso Ricieri de Lima
  • Raquel Dilguerian O. Conceição

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