Following COP28, the health community's sustained involvement is crucial to drive effective climate action, emphasized Shweta Narayan, Jess Beagley, and Sarah Whitmee in a recent opinion piece published in BMJ.
“Support for healthcare waste management in Kathmandu”: setting milestones for sustainable practices
After 22 months of collaboration, the project to enhance environmental resilience and improve health care waste management practices in Nepal has completed successfully.
Health-based planning and accessible health care must be at the core of a just transition, say Shweta Narayan and Laalitha Surapaneni in an editorial published in PLOS Blogs.
Over the past two years, Health Care Without Harm worked closely with HECAF360, the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (German Development Agency, GIZ), an implementing agency of German development Cooperation in Nepal, and...
Promoting climate resilience and adaptation, advancing sustainable operations, and encouraging health care advocacy are at the core of Health Care Without Harm’s work to foster a healthier planet.