Johnson & Johnson have partnered with The Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health and the National Medical Association to support the first fellowship for physicians of color in the....
REPORT – The Costs of Climate Inaction: The Economic Burden of Fossil Fuels and Climate Change on Health in the United States
This report reveals the enormous cost to public health from fossil fuel air pollution and climate change.
America’s health leaders implore our elected leaders to meet this pivotal moment with the transformational investments required to protect and promote the health of all in response to the climate....
Welcome news! The White House has announced a plan to enact a worker safety rule for heat and to invest in other heat resilience programs.
Pediatric Societies, representing more than 1 million pediatricians around the world, have released a declaration resolving to take the necessary actions to achieve an equitable and just transition to a....
The health community endorses an urgent call for climate action ahead of COP26.
The mission of this new Office is to protect vulnerable communities who disproportionately bear the brunt of pollution and climate-driven disasters, such as drought and wildfires.
This research finds that between now and 2065, climate change will quadruple U.S. outdoor workers’ exposure to extreme heat conditions, jeopardizing their health.
The Sixth Assessment Report released from the IPCC turns up the dial on the urgency to respond to climate change and limit greenhouse gas emissions.
Read these key findings of the IPCC Sixth Assessment Report, prepared by the World Health Organization (WHO) Climate & Health Program staff.
ALA letter to Congress, signed by over 50 Health Organizations, reiterates that investment in infrastructure is an opportunity to protect health from climate change.
A video facilitated by Dr. Lisa DelBuono, CCL MI Liaisons Coordinator and physician advocate for Michigan Clinicians for Climate Action, which reviews En-ROADS - A Climate Change Solutions Simulator.
Health Professionals describe how implementing climate change solutions will protect their patients now and in the future.
A study which looks at how motivating the messages on the health consequences of climate change and the health benefits of climate solutions are, in engaging in political advocacy for....
The Consortium sends an open letter to the Biden Administration, in response to the low score on the Nationally Determined Contributions scorecard, emphasizing the need to take immediate and equitable action on....
Missed our Annual Meeting? Video recordings and powerpoint presentations are now available to view online. You can also watch our four CME videos and claim credits*.
Be inspired by this 3 minute video from Florida Clinicians for Climate Action – clinicians are speaking out because it's getting #TooHot!
The American College of Physicians releases statement on Markey-Cartwright's Climate Change Health Protection and Promotion Act.
National health, medical and nursing organizations, including the Consortium, have sent a letter to President Biden, urging strong, ambitious greenhouse gas and fuel efficiency standards.
Our Director's statement on the Biden Administration's newly announced target of 50-52% emissions reductions by 2030.