How Dr. Earl Stewart responds to climate change has been shaped by his experience in the Climate and Health Equity Fellowship.
Sanjiv Godse wants to treat children’s lungs and the air that goes in them. His approach combines his love of the outdoors with his career as a doctor.
Daniel Nguyen helped establish the North Carolina affiliate of the Consortium, Carolina Advocates for Climate, Health, and Equity.
Dr. Robin Cooper wants health professionals who have paid attention to the physical aspects of health risk to consider that the physical and the mental are tied together.
Dr. Laurie Lalakea, chief of otolaryngology at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, is helping her health system reduce their emissions and build resilience.
After an interaction with a patient, Dr. William Weppner realized that he was in a position to do something about climate change.
Joan Widmer, a member of the NH Healthcare Workers for Climate Action’s Board, seeks to share the impacts of climate change on health with the goal of fostering climate action.
Medical student Savita Potarazu helped get a climate change curriculum theme created at the George Washington University School of Medicine.
Advocates at our 2023 Annual Meeting visited over 60 congressional offices to call for stronger clean air standards.
Dr. Gerri Cannon-Smith is leading the launch of Mississippi Health Professionals for Climate and Health Equity.
Dr. Hayley Blackburn is calling on pharmacists to respond to the health impacts of climate change.
Meet Dr. Jerry Abraham: a family doctor, tireless advocate for healthcare access and health equity, and co-author of the recent AMA resolution on climate change.
Meet Dr. Victoria Gillet. This Milwaukee internist is organizing with two groups to close Wisconsin’s remaining coal-fired power plants.
Meet Dr. Johnathan Lu. Lu is co-founder and co-director of Stanford Climate and Health, where the university community can get together to share ideas and actions on climate.
Shaneeta Johnson is a clinical professor at Morehouse University in Atlanta, specializing in minimally invasive and bariatric surgery. She is a also a passionate climate change and health awareness advocate.
Dr. Friedlander is working to provide healthcare workers with the tools to educate and mobilize various stakeholders in support of climate solutions.