Multiple exposures in equity and environmental health Multiple exposures in equity and environmental health – an integrated approach for sustainable development. The Public Health Agency of Sweden and the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency jointly welcome you to a digital event broadcasting the 2020 ERA-ENVHEALTH Open Conference. Dela Kontakt Lyssna Tid Klockan 13.00–16.00 den 7 oktober 2020 Plats Online The conference will present ongoing research and policy work on multiple exposures in environmental health, with a special focus on equity. Welcome We welcome all members of the ERA-ENVHEALTH network, representatives from local, regional and national levels as well as research institutions with an interest in environmental health to: A pan-European conference with an integrated approach on exposure including socioeconomic environmental factors.An inspirational, solutions-oriented day showcasing good examples.A forum for exchange of experiences and for the development and promotion of further collaboration. Interaction with the other participants will be enabled through an app adapted for this event. Main topics of the conference The conference will provide an arena for knowledge exchange between academia and the public sector and aims to develop and promote national and international collaboration in environmental health. We will discuss how to address exposures to several environmental factors that affect health and wellbeing in an integrated way, both from a policy and a research perspective. The conference will focus on four main topics: Agenda 2030 as a tool for collaboration Integrating equity in environmental health Tools for and examples of multiple exposure assessments Interdisciplinary collaboration Registration Please register by October 1st using this link. Once you have registered, we will send you information on how to download the app and log on to the event. Registration fee The conference is free of charge. More information About the conference About ERA-ENVHEALTH network Contact person at the Swedish EPA Karin Norström Welcome!