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Sudhvir Singh

Internal Medicine Doctor and EAT Policy Director | Working on integrated approaches to healthy cities, climate change, antimicrobial resistance, nutrition & non-communicable diseases.

Dr Sudhvir Singh is the Policy Director for EAT, a Foundation based in Scandinavia focussed on bringing public health and environmental sustainability expertise together to design and implement global food system solutions.

Sudhvir graduated top of his class at the Auckland School of Medicine, where he also studied for an postgraduate degree in Environmental Health. He has worked as a medical registrar and has successfully completed the written and clinical examinations of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, the examinations required for training to be a medical specialist in Australasia.

Sudhvir spent several years leading the organisation ‘Generation Zero’, winning campaigns for better transport, urban design & climate change policy; as well as chairing the Doctors-in-Training Council of the New Zealand Medical Association. Sudhvir has co-edited the Environmental Health chapter in one of the leading international textbooks on global health and has published on the health impacts of climate change. Sudhvir was a member of the New Zealand government delegation to Rio+20, the UN Conference which gave rise to Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals.

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