COP28: Policy Outcomes for Health
Following December’s UN climate negotiations in Dubai, Global Climate and Health Alliance Executive Director Dr Jeni Miller reflects on the climate summit’s outcomes, and the action needed next to protect people's health from the climate...
Health groups denounced the summit’s failure to commit to a full phase out of fossil fuels, a critically urgent step towards protecting people’s health, and criticized the failure to commit to strong targets for adaptation to build resilient systems capable of protecting vulnerable people.
Health organisations from around the world set out their key priorities for COP28 that would ensure that climate action protects and restores human health and wellbeing.
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The Global Climate and Health Alliance was formed in 2011. Alliance members are health organizations from around the world, united by a shared vision of a sustainable future.
The Alliance works to tackle climate change and to protect and promote public health. Read more