Members of Michigan Clinicians for Climate Action and Michigan State Medical Society are taking note of climate change impacts on their patients' health, and taking action!
Dr. Millstein knows climate change is a health emergency, especially for our children, and she has hope health professionals can take action!
Read Dr. Mitchell's personal story of how being the subject of racism led him to help create and change institutions to act on climate and environmental injustices.
Dr. Hayley Guilkey is working to fight the climate crisis in South Carolina - reaching health professionals and patients to help make changes statewide.
Pandemics and climate change affect disadvantaged people in many predictable ways and we must do better to prioritize public health.
A new study provides evidence that increasing the percentage of plant-based proteins in our diet can influence health and longevity.
Dr. Andrew Lewandowski is a voice for climate justice by advocating for solutions that are equitable and by bringing people from marginalized communities to the policy-making tables.
The Planetary Health Report Card is a pilot project in the United States and Canada. Medical Students for a Sustainable Future are leading this effort.
Read more about these publications - one appearing last week in JAMA; the other earlier this month in the ACEP Journal Annals of Emergency Medicine.
Medical professionals, including Georgia Clinicians for Climate Action, gathered on Sunday June 15, to call for an end to disparities in health care and justice.
Watch Dr. Cheryl Holder’s TEDMED Talk to learn more about her proposed tools and strategies that would make for a robust medical response to climate change.
Dr. Robin Cooper writes about COVID-19 and anxiety, with strategies to stop, recognize, and identify our emotional states and to redirect these uncomfortable feelings to energize us.
Read about Dr. Joel Charles who serves as lead clinician on COVID-19 planning for the local critical access hospital in Soldiers Grove Wisconsin.
This new report informs the public health community and policymakers about Americans’ coronavirus knowledge, attitudes, vulnerabilities, protective behaviors, and communication needs.
Drs. Mona Sarfaty and Richard Carmona write about COVID-19 and how its lethal impacts are a wake-up call to pay attention to scientists’ warnings on climate change.