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Health Care Climate Action on the Road to Glasgow

We’re excited to announce the launch of healthcareclimateaction.org, our new global climate website. Whether you’re a health minister, CEO of a health institution, or a health professional, Health Care Climate Action is your one-stop-shop. It provides guidance, resources, and climate solutions in action to help you accelerate the transition to zero emissions health care, build resilient health systems, and demonstrate climate leadership. 

 

Check it out: healthcareclimateaction.org

 
 

 

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Global | #HealthyClimate Prescription: An urgent call for climate action ahead of COP26

 
The 2021 United Nations climate negotiations in November (COP26) are a critical moment and opportunity to put the world on a path that protects people from catastrophic climate change. The health community around the world is coming together to send a message to national leaders and country delegations, calling for real action to address the climate crisis. Sign the letter here.
 


Global | New report on air pollution and funding


Clean Air Fund, one of our partners, published the State of Global Air Quality Funding 2021. Among other findings, the report shows how funding for air pollution has been dropping off the radar in the last years, identifies best practices, and outlines ten things funders can do to help deliver clean air for all. Access the report.


 

US | Carbon negative by 2030: Meet the healthcare trailblazers

In an article published on the Race to Zero website, Ali Santore, Chief Advocacy Officer of the US health system Providence, explains how they are working to achieve their climate negative goal. Examples include ensuring sustainable and socially responsible food purchasing practices.



Global | Energy systems that protect climate and health


The Health and Climate Network launched a new briefing, “Energy systems that protect climate and health,” the second of a series addressing the link between climate action and health. Learn more.
 


Australia | National survey on health services impacted by climate change

The Global Climate and Health Alliance, our strategic partner in Australia, released its newest report, “Real, Urgent and Now: Insights from health professionals on climate and health in Australia”, with data from the largest ever national survey on climate and health. Read what 875 health professionals had to say.




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