Doctors and Nurses write to their patients about the health harms of climate change and the actions our leaders must take to protect health.
An inspiring example for health systems around the world – England’s National Health Service (NHS) has released a plan to reach carbon neutrality by 2045.
Watch these heartfelt videos as doctors and nurses, in states across the US, speak about how climate change is affecting the health of their patients.
The health harms brought on by climate change are warnings of future worse health and economic consequences, and we must take concerted action now.
These non-partisan resources have been developed to help focus attention on climate, health, and equity during the 2020 election season.
Read and download our Open Letter to Candidates from America’s Health Professionals about rebuilding toward a healthier, greener, more equitable, and resilient America.
The evidence on the danger of ozone pollution has become stronger, as has the evidence on the health benefits of reducing exposure. We support the recommendation of the American Lung....
The Consortium and 53 partner organizations released a letter asking Congress to take action to ensure all Americans have the right to vote without risking their health this fall.
Consortium Applauds House Report: ‘Solving the Climate Crisis: The Congressional Action Plan for a Clean Energy Economy and a Healthy and Just America’
Statement by the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health applauding the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis for its plan to address the climate emergency.
Nurses Drawdown provides nurses around the world with solutions to climate change and a community of nurses to support climate action and cheer each other.
Statement by the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health on Racial Injustice and Systemic Racism in the United States.
Organizations: Please consider signing this Letter to Congress asking they ensure that all Americans have the right to vote without risking their health.
19 Health and Medical Organizations Strongly Oppose EPA’s Move to Keep Weak Limits on Particle Pollution, Placing Health of Millions at Risk
EPA’s proposal ignores the current science and the opportunity to prevent harm to health. Read the joint statement released by the American Lung Association and other health and medical organizations.
On May 26, 2020, over 350 organizations representing over 40 million health professionals and over 4,500 individual health professionals from 90 different countries, wrote to the G20 leaders calling for....
In this letter to Congress, thousands of doctors, nurses and healthcare providers are urging lawmakers to consider the existing and predicted health harms from climate change in any future legislation....
Health leaders from around the country working at the forefront of climate solutions bring to life the 10 points in the U.S. Call to Action on Climate, Health, and Equity:....
By design, the proposed standards would increase fossil fuels burned and harmful pollution emitted into the atmosphere. Read the full statement and an additional letter from the AAFP.
The Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health opposes the current proposal to update The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).
Join with the Consortium, to ask the President to protect Americans’ health, safety and wellbeing by stopping the withdrawal from the Paris Agreement on Climate Change. Sign the letter...
Nearly half of 18-34-year-olds say that stress about climate change affects their lives. Watch this video, by the American Psychological Association.