Abstracts are invited for a session linking health economics and planetary health and the environment. A broad range of submissions will be welcomed; topics might include areas as diverse as the interface between health economics and environmental economics and/or ecological economics, the economics of environmentally sustainable health systems, economic aspects of the health impacts of climate change, or OneHealth and animal/ human health interfaces etc. The session aims to bring together health economists with a general interest in the intersection of environment and health, and to explore future possibilities in this area.

If you would be interested in contributing to the session, please get in contact with Martin Hensher at martin.hensher@dhhs.tas.gov.au by 29th May 2018.