Greenprint Summit

January 30, 2013
Citrus Heights, CA

This year’s Greenprint Summit, “Planning for Trees & Public Health,” will focus on demonstrating the connection between public health and the urban forest. Building on the success of the 2013 Summit, this event will feature the following nationally-recognized speakers and local leaders discussing the growing understanding of the connection between the urban forest and public health.

Featured Speakers

Mary Northridge, PhD, MPH
Editor-in-Chief, American Journal of Public Health

“What would happen if an entire city decided to truly cooperate with nature? How would that city change?”

Geoffrey Donovan, PhD
USFS Research Scientist

“I’m increasingly coming to believe that the public health benefits of trees will dominate all the other benefits…’’

Bill Sullivan, PhD, MLA
Professor, University of Illinois

Sharing new work on the relationship between density of urban forests and recovery from a stressful event and between exposure to trees from within high school classrooms and student’s capacity to pay attention.

Linda Rudolph, MD, MPH
Co-Director, Climate Change & Public Health Principal Investigator, Health in All Policies Public Health Institute

Anthony Iton, MD, JD, MPH
Senior Vice President The California Endowment

“If you tell me your zip code, I can tell you how long you’ll live.”

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