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Climate Change is Harming Our Health
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From bacteria to parasites: Physicians urge action to reduce climate change’s harmful health effects
Features Consortium Director, Dr. Mona Sarfaty, outlining climate-related health risks in the Midwest.
Half of U.S. doctors alarmed about health effects of climate change
Features Dr. Rob Bryon, speaking during the launch of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate & Health in Washington, DC. Published in the Billings Gazette.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer: Climate change is making Americans sick, nation’s medical societies warn
Featuring Dr. Aparna Bole, a pediatrician at University Hospitals in Cleveland and member of the American Academy of Pediatrics’ environmental health executive committee.
Environmentalists: Climate change may be hurting your health
Features Virginia Family Physician Dr. Janet Eddy, published in The Virginian-Pilot. Climate change is bad for the planet – and may be bad for your health.
May 16-18 – CleanMed 2017
Connect with environmental thought leaders in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
May 16: Dialogue with Minnesota Leaders: Climate Change & Public Health
This event is open to everyone and will occur in conjunction with CleanMed 2017.
May 23 or 24 – Free Communication Training Webinar for Champions
Join us for a webinar, designed for our Medical Champions for Climate & Health – Learn effective communication tools for how to educate your patients, your colleagues, and the public about climate and health-related issues.
May 20, June 10, and July 8: Climate Leadership Workshop in St. Paul
3-day climate change leadership workshop for health professionals to build action from professional skills and perspectives.
The mission of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health is to inform the public and policymakers about the harmful health effects of climate change on Americans, and about the immediate and long-term health benefits associated with decreasing greenhouse gas emissions (i.e., heat-trapping pollution) and other preventive and protective measures.