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A multi-dimensional approach to sustainable health care climate action

2021 was a year like no other. Our global climate program made significant progress toward our vision of a zero emission, climate-resilient and more equitable health care sector. We mobilized national governments, hospitals and health systems, and health professionals, all for health care climate action all around the world. We launched a global road map for health care decarbonization, and a tool for health systems and organizations to track and measure emissions. We worked with the COP Presidency, the WHO, Greener NHS, and the UNFCCC Climate Champions team to support national governments, hospitals and health systems to all make a set of commitments on health care resilience and decarbonization. And that work will continue throughout 2022.

 


Come and work with us!


Is sustainability your beat? Are you passionate about working with health systems and organizations climate-smart, resilient solutions?
Check out these two open positions on Health Care Without Harm's global team: Apply today!
 

 

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Global | New partnership with the International Federation of Medical Students Association


Health Care Without Harm has partnered with one of the world’s largest medical student bodies, the International Federation of Medical Students Association (IFMSA), to work towards climate justice, health equity and low carbon healthcare. Learn more.


Australia | New campaign for climate action and health

 
CAHA, our partner in Australia, launched a campaign calling for urgent climate action to protect Australians’ health by implementing a national strategy on climate, health and wellbeing. Join the campaign.
 

Southeast Asia | Campaign for zero waste & sustainable best practices

Prescriptions for Sustainable and Equitable Recovery is a campaign of Health Care Without Harm Southeast Asia with the support of the Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA) that aims to influence policymakers and leaders in Southeast Asia to integrate sustainability and climate-resilience goals in their COVID-19 recovery action plans. Find it here.



US | Grand rounds series on climate-smart health care

Presented by Health Care Without Harm in partnership with the Global Consortium on Climate and Health Education, this five-part virtual grand rounds series explores strategies to reduce health care emissions and features the leadership of climate-smart clinicians and researchers. Register now.
 
 

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