Tracking infectious diseases in a warming world

In a rapidly changing world, how can researchers, health professionals, and policy makers keep track of climate change risks and intervene accordingly? How can policy options be evaluated? One emerging strategy is the use of climate change “indicators”…

Health Professionals Urged to Rise to the “Fierce Urgency” of the Climate Crisis

“Health professionals must join the growing global community of science-based advocates working to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement”, according to a call to action published today by members of the Board of Directors of the Global Climate and Health Alliance (GCHA) in The Journal of Climate Change and Health. manifesto, titled “Health professionals, the Paris agreement, and the fierce urgency of now”.


Climate & Health Dialogue – for a healthy, resilient, zero-carbon recovery, 9 November 2020

Organized by the World Health Organization in collaboration with Global Climate and Health Alliance (GCHA), the Wellcome Trust, Glasgow Caledonian University and its Centre for Climate Justice, the UK Health Alliance on Climate Change, and the Centre on Climate Change and Planetary Health of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

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A Healthy Recovery: Charting the Way Forward

Join WHO representatives, economics and health experts on how governments can achieve #healthyrecovery from Covid19 crisis

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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

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