The Race to Zero for the health care sector is on – Join us!

On May 26, Health Care Without Harm officially launched Race to Zero for the health sector and announced the nearly 40 health care institutions from six continents who are founding members.

These institutions collectively represent more than 3,000 health care facilities in 18 countries that have publicly committed to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. They join close to 4,000 other Race to Zero members already in the campaign, including regions, cities, companies, universities, and investors covering over 15% of the global economy. Race to Zero, a UN-backed global campaign, is the largest ever alliance outside of national governments committed to reducing climate pollution.

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These health care institutions have joined Race to Zero through Health Care Without Harm’s Health Care Climate Challenge. The initiative aims to mobilize health care institutions around the world to play a leadership role in addressing climate change through three pillars of mitigation, resilience, and leadership.

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