• 1 December 2020, 2:00pm to 9 December 2020, 3:00pm
Online event

Join us for our five sessions in which the Victoria University community will gather, reflect and make decisions that will strengthen our planetary health focus in 2021.

Green rooftops, the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), working with our communities, carbon-neutral campuses, Global Ethics Toolkit, transdisciplinary learning and research are just some of topics on the agenda for our inaugural Planetary Health Huddle.

Victoria University is making a stand for planetary health with a whole-of-university approach to situate planetary health at the centre of our identity and moral purpose – making it part of The VU Way.

In 2020, across our teaching, research, university operations and community partnerships, important steps have been taken to set the foundations for our planetary health future. Now it is time to get more involved on this journey. Please join us to anchor planetary health at VU.


Join us for the launch and the student- and staff-led panel illustrating planetary health at VU in 2020.

Hear about:

  • the new green roof at Footscray Park
  • how VU is engaging in the community
  • sustainability initiatives across campuses
  • the way sport and planetary health support each other
  • the world first Graduate Certificate in Planetary Health.

Help make PH a part of The VU Way.

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Universities and other organisations are asked to align our operations to implement the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Come to learn about the SDGs and share how we do this across VU.

Find out about good practice, tips and templates.

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Got an idea for planetary health and need support from the VU community to progress it? Bring along your ideas to this workshop. 

Pitch your idea. Share what you are doing. Hear what others are already doing and/or are planning.

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Providing an ethical worldview for research, the Global Ethics Tool Kit delivers practical guidance and questions to consider at every stage of the research journey.

The Toolkit was developed by a team at the University of Edinburgh, which included VU’s Provost (interim) and Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research, Professor Corinne Reid.

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What can 25 Research Projects deliver for planetary health?

Come and hear about the amazing work being done by our researchers.

5-minute project presentations will deliver key research highlights and outcomes for 2020.

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