The document focuses on how low-carbon and climate-resilient health solutions present opportunities to tackle the converged crises of the current pandemic, those in the future, and climate change.
A group of 50 countries have committed to develop climate-resilient and low-carbon health systems at the UN Climate Change Conference in Glasgow (COP26), in response to growing evidence of the impact of climate change on people’s health.
Passionate about climate and health? We are looking for a International climate program coordinator to join its Global Team.
Countdown to COP26: Health organizations act now for climate and health by joining the Race to Zero campaign
Momentum for health care climate action builds with over 50 health care systems representing more than 11,500 hospitals and health centers from 21 countries committing to achieve net zero emissions before 2050.
Health Care Without Harm, the United Nations Development Programme, and the World Health Organization created a knowledge repository in 14 languages for projects with healthcare waste components in developing countries.