ION Deputy Director for Sustainability
"The world's climate is changing now. Global heating and its consequences will greatly affect our lives and work in the years ahead. For people with neurological diseases, and for research into those diseases, climate change is likely to pose significant challenges, which is in our remit and power to address. I very much look forward to working with all across the Institute to do what we can to meet these challenges, to reduce our contributions to climate change, and to promote sustainability." Professor Sanjay Sisodiya
- Professor Sisodiya's presentation at the ION Green Day Symposium January 2021;
- UCLH news item;
- Meet the expert;
- Glasgow Herald;
- EnvironMental Issue;
- EnvironMental Issue wins Bronze in Clios Health 2022 awards
- Brain Stories Episode 6.
- How can tackling climate change improve your health?
"Climate change is with us. How will it affect people with epilepsy? How do we contribute to climate change in our professional lives? What can we do about it? EpilepsyClimateChange is hosting its first virtual conference to begin to address these important issues. Please join us so we can begin to plan and take action for a challenging future". Sanjay Sisodiya for EpilepsyClimateChange.
Heather Sampson, Student Sustainability Ambassador 2021-22
'We all have a responsibility to address the climate emergency, one of the biggest challenges of our time. The actions we take today to decrease our negative impact on the environment will directly influence the future of our planet. Together we can make change happen, so join us in creating a more sustainable IoN and UCL! I am very excited to work with the IoN Green Champions and encourage greater sustainability in the department'.