A change in one carbon footprint is a step toward a more sustainable planet, but it takes a group to make a big difference. As he works to counter climate....
Dr. Laalitha Surapaneni is interviewed about how the effects of climate change are showing up in her day-to-day work as an internal medicine doctor.
Dr Cheryl Holder writes about how we all bear responsibility for making our city, and our world, a healthful place to live and raise our families.
Medical student Autumn Vogel confronts the future, writing an Op-Ed on how climate change is going to put incredible stress on our already overburdened health system.
Dr. Linda Rudolph (Public Health Institute), and Dr. Will Barrett (American Lung Association) write about the California Call to Action on Climate, Health, and Equity.
Dr. Samantha Ahdoot, a physician, professor, and Chair of Virginia Clinicians for Climate Action, calls on Delegate Webert to support the Solar Freedom Bill in the Virginia General Assembly.
Dr. Cecilia Sorensen, a Colorado physician and Consortium advocate, talks to Colorado Matters about her work and the impacts of climate change on women.
Advocate Aurora Health announced a commitment to power its health care operations with 100 percent renewable electricity by 2030.
Op-Ed published by two former U.S. Surgeons General, Richard Carmona and David Satcher, in STAT News.
Follow-up article published in the Fresno Madera Medical Society magazine by Don Gaede and Alexander Sherrifs, physicians and members of the Fresno Madera Medical Society.
Op-Ed published by two Washington physicians, Michael Soman and Mark Vosslers, in the Seattle Times.
Our Executive Director, Dr. Mona Sarfaty penned a poignant piece in the The Hill entitled “Congress, it's time to follow your doctor's prescription on climate change” on the importance of....
Robert Byron, a Montana internist and ACP member, writes about a price on carbon as a policy solution.
Op-Ed published in the Morning Consult by Dr. Timothy O’Mara, a pediatrician in northern Virginia.
Dr. William Hardie, a pediatric pulmonologist, and Dr. Dan Sullivan, a primary care internist, write an important and informative counter-op-ed regarding climate change and mental illness.