Health Care Without Harm joins forces with the International Federation of Medical Students Association to work towards climate justice, health equity and low carbon healthcare
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.
Want to be part of a team working to deliver sustainable, climate-smart solutions for the health sector? Health Care Without Harm is looking for an International Sustainability Director, and an India Projects Manager to join its Global team.
On December 9, the webinar Unpacking the health story at COP26 - Lessons for the Future took place. This event attempted to unpack all the health discussions that occurred at COP26 and discuss ideas to build on this historic success to ensure...
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.