In this webinar, three experts will present research on climate and health behavior change. Speakers will describe climate change and both the adaptive and mitigative responses by humans in response to such change. Health behaviors will be discussed in the context of climate change from an individual, policy, and systems perspective. The webinar will conclude with a Q&A. It follows the Society of Behavioral Medicine's (SBM) Provocative Questions Initiative, a special project of SBM Immediate Past President Michael Diefenbach, PhD, that identified climate change as a sociopolitical issue that behavioral medicine must help solve.
This webinar is sponsored by the Society of Behavioral Medicine and the National Cancer Institute.