Filip Maric (PhD) is a physiotherapy lecturer and researcher at UiT The Arctic University of Norway located in Tromsø (Norway) and the Founder and Executive Chair of the Environmental Physiotherapy Association, the first international network of over 350 physiotherapy clinicians, students, academic and professional representatives seeking to advance sustainability, environmental awareness and responsibility across the physiotherapy profession. With a clinical background in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, his research is focussed on fundamental questions of ethics, environmental physiotherapy and planetary health, and their consequences for physiotherapy and healthcare research, practice and education. Recent publications include: Maric, F; Nicholls, DA. 2019 A call for a new environmental physiotherapy - An editorial. Physiotherapy Theory and Practice; 35(10):905 - 907. doi:10.1080/09593985.2019.1632006. Maric, F; Nicholls, DA. 2020 The fundamental violence of physiotherapy: Emmanuel Levinas’s critique of ontology and its implications for physiotherapy theory and practice. OpenPhysio. ISSN 2631-8369 Maric, F; Nicholls, DA. 2020 Paradigm shifts are hard to come by: Looking ahead of COVID-19 with the social and environmental determinants of health and the UN SDGs. European Journal of Physiotherapy; 22(6):379 - 381. doi:10.1080/21679169.2020.1826577 Barna, S; Maric, F et al. 2020 Education for the Anthropocene: Planetary health, sustainable health care, and the health workforce. Medical Teacher; 42(10):1091 - 1096.s doi:10.1080/0142159X.2020.1798914.