Compact neighborhoods that are connected by walking, biking, and transit can reduce obesity and heart disease. At the same time, ending dependence on Big Oil will stop pollution of our air and water. On Wednesday, August 22, Futurewise along with the Seattle Office of Sustainability & Environment, are presenting a brownbag discussion on the intersection of climate change and public health.
- Vic Colman, Childhood Obesity Prevention Coalition
- Jane Moore, Washington Coalition to Promote Physical Activity
- Paulo Nunes-Ueno, Seattle Children’s
- Ngozi Oleru, King County Public Health
Wednesday, August 22
Noon – 1:30 p.m.
GGLO’s Space at the Steps – one flight down on the Harbor Steps
1301 First Ave
Seattle, WA 98104