HEAL strives to increase sustainability and reduce our carbon footprint as part of our commitment to improving the health of all people and the environment, and the HEAL 2022 conference has been designed to reflect this ethos. The hybrid format of the conference, with full online coverage and regional in-person sessions in all Australian states and territories, aims to stimulate interaction and minimise travel.
We wish to demonstrate leadership in sustainable events as part of our broader aim of driving sustainable solutions in all sectors, and we aspire to raise awareness of pro-environmental behaviours. Wherever possible, we have aimed to minimise the environmental impacts of HEAL 2022, such as through reducing our energy use, choosing more sustainable food and travel options, and by minimising waste and resource use. We encourage all conference delegates to consider which smaller and bigger steps they can also take to join us in creating a sustainable and healthy event.
To reduce the carbon footprint of the conference, we recommend delegates consider the following when arranging travel and transport:
To reduce the environmental impacts of food consumed during the conference, we recommend the following:
To minimise the use of resources and energy during HEAL 2022 we recommend the following:
Sorry. This form is no longer available.