“Our warming planet is putting millions of us at risk for heat-related illness and even death,” says Kim Knowlton of the Natural Resources Defense Council.
Jonathan Patz, M.D., MPH, director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Global Health Institute, has been elected to the National Academy of Medicine in recognition of his pioneering research on climate....
Dr. Susan Miller writes about how doctors are already seeing the impact of climate change - drought, extreme heat, and floods - on their patients' health.
Dr. Bansal, Florida Hospitalist and Lifestyle Medicine Physician, talks about the effects of Climate Change on Health and the Environment.
Dr. Neha Pathak writes about how the science clearly shows that unhealthy air is dangerous. Air pollution increases the risk of serious health problems.
Drs David Pollack and Robin Cooper write about how human-caused climate change is threatening the health of the planet, Mother Earth, and all its inhabitants.
Dr. Marcalee Alexander is working on the climate crisis literally one step at a time, as she walks on an awareness-raising mission from Campobello Island to Key West, Florida.
As stewards of community health, Drs. Cecilia Sorensen and Ramon Garcia-Trabanino write about seeing the casualties of climate change firsthand.
As physicians on the front line of public health, Drs. Cheryl Holder and Todd Sack know that energy efficiency reduces pollution, improves human health, and lowers energy costs.
Dr. Homan Wai writes about the increasing health impacts, due to our warming and increasingly unstable climate. The time to act is now to protect our health!
Carrie Dorn writes about how social workers can help clients recognize and address emotional, health, and environmental factors to improve well-being.
As the climate crisis intensifies, brutal days become more common, which puts more Floridians in greater danger – a health risk that Dr. Todd Sack wishes more people realized.
Miami has broken heat records left and right this summer, but scientists say this is just the beginning.
The directors for the Montana Health Professionals for a Healthy Climate write about how climate change is affecting public health in Montana.
Drs Renee N. Salas, Wendy Jacobs, and Frederica Perera write about the case of Juliana v. U.S. — Children and the Health Burdens of Climate Change.