This guide was developed in recognition of the value, knowledge, and resources both community-based organizations and health professionals bring to climate, health, and equity, as well as other health advocacy efforts, along with the potential for even more powerful and authentic collaboration.

In addition to outlining the benefits of working together, the guide also provides strategies for finding, building, and maintaining effective partnerships. While the primary focus is community-based organizations and health professionals, these strategies can also be applied more broadly to other multidisciplinary collaborations.



Watch the Webinar launch of the guide below


Two of the authors of this guide, Dr. Mark Mitchell, Director of the Climate and Health Equity Fellowship Program, and Dr. Kimberly Williams, Climate and Health Equity Fellowship Program Manager and States’ Equity Initiatives Consultant, provide an overview of the guide and highlight certain features, and examples, and discuss ways the guide can be utilized by both health professionals and community groups.