Dr. Armen Henderson is building a community coalition to help the homeless, and other people who are at higher risk due to poverty and systemic discrimination.
Dr. Howard Frumkin is interviewed for this article about recommendations for increased climate and health funding to develop strategies to protect Americans from the impacts of climate change.
A broad coalition of health professionals and organizations recently offered recommendations on how HHS can be the catalyst for building back better and healthier.
Dr. Neelu Tummala writes about how every person, but especially our patients with asthma and heart disease, will be better protected if the air they breathe is cleaner, safer and....
After wildfires hit close to home, Dr. Millstein and Dr. McClure joined forces with other doctors and health professionals to start a new advocacy organization, Climate Health Now.
Op-ed by FCCA Member Dr. Barbara Nabrit-Stephens. When we use less electricity, we save money & reduce power plant pollution that creates smog, accelerates warming & harms our health.
Despite the worsening disaster of the climate crisis, Dr. Robert Kitchen has an optimistic approach – advocating for climate solutions to benefit health.
Disadvantaged communities are feeling the brunt of climate impacts - an op-ed published in The Hill by Consortium Director Dr. Mona Sarfaty and Consortium Consultant Dr. Linda Rudolph. ....
Pediatrician Climate Advocates, Dr. Lisa Patel and Dr. Lori Byron, were interviewed for CBS News about the health effects of climate change impacting our children.
This special issue brings climate change into the foreground of dermatology, with the proposition that it is essential to learn about, discuss, and incorporate what we know into practices and....
The nation’s premier health policy journal, Health Affairs, devotes its entire December issue to the topic of health and the climate, and offers a solutions-focused approach to managing the climate....
Experiencing the devastation of Hurricanes Irma and Maria, Dr. Gredia Huerta-Montañez is helping Puerto Ricans to recover, and promoting climate action and resilience.
2021 must be the year that the United States recommits to an opportunity that carries the potential to head off the world’s accelerating climate calamity.
Dr. David Chang writes on how the excessive economic and environmental costs of surgical waste will not be sustainable as global cataract surgery continues to increase.
Medical students, Samantha Rodriguez and Miranda Ricart, introduced information about climate and health into courses in their medical curriculum.
Guest post by Dr. Sam Stea: The climate crisis is being fought in our clinics and hospitals, and we physicians will be accountable. I choose to be accountable now.
The world’s climate, and the United Kingdom’s health and economy, will be better off because of their plan to require all new cars and trucks be electric-powered from 2030.