Leading Health Organizations Rally Around Call to Action to Protect People’s Health from Climate Change
September 12, 2018
Dr. Wendy Ring's puppets are teaching people to make positive choices for better health and a healthier planet.
Op-Ed by Dr. Cynthia Mahoney
Dr. King sees climate change as a very serious public health issue, notably in South Florida.
Dr. Sarfaty writes a poignant op-ed about the EPA's plans to change the rules that dictate what evidence must be considered as the basis for protecting the public’s health.
Matthew T. Burke M.D., former director of state programs for the Consortium, says, "Much of climate change policy and mitigation is going to happen at the state level."
By Lori Byron, MD -- This Mother's Day, consider the ultimate gift. To help protect our future generations, we can transition to clean, nonpolluting energy sources.
The conference convened 280 doctors, nurses, and other health professionals to focus on promoting better health by advancing solutions to climate change.
Dr. Nitin Damle, an internal medicine specialist in Rhode Island, has been lecturing across the United States and around the world about the health effects of climate change.
Emergency Physician, Courtney Howard: For too long we've put health and the environment in different boxes. The work of our generation is to bridge the two.
A Kansas City physician testifies on behalf of the NMA and the Consortium at the Kansas City Hearing on Termination of the Clean Power Plan.
Dr. Stephen Hansen discusses the ways in which climate change is already impacting public health in the United States.
Dr. Holder, an internal medicine specialist, speaks about her experiences and how they tie into climate change.
Virginia Clinicians for Climate Action (VCCA) held its inaugural Advocacy Day at the Virginia State Capitol on January 25, 2018.
Medical practitioners are banding together to educate and advocate for their patients.
Dr. Jonathan Patz presents a TED Talk!
Dr. DeNicola, OB-GYN in DC, calls on other doctors to inform each other and counsel patients about the health impacts of climate change.
Dr. Mimi Guarneri says, "We need to think we are all connected—because we are. We need to shift from an ego-driven model to an eco-driven model."
Most people don’t know a scientist; but almost everyone has contact with a doctor and a nurse.