Health Policy Watch: Health & Climate Activists Have High Hopes That US Climate Summit Can Open New Chapter
“While I do think that health may come up during the Summit, it’s not actually on the official agenda,” [Miller] said, adding. “If you’re talking about climate change and you’re not talking about the impact on people, you’re missing the boat.”
BBC World Service Newshour: Global Climate and Health Alliance’s Jeni Miller Calls for Embedding of Health in Climate Policy
Jeni Miller, Executive Director, Global Climate and Health Alliance, calls on world leaders attending the Leaders Climate Summit on April 22, 2021 to embed health in climate policy ahead of COP26.
India Education Diary: The COVID-19 pandemic is spurring new global discussions on global health and sustainability. In December 2020, UNESCO’s online workshop series focused on the interconnectedness of the health of people and planet, highlighted by the pandemic, and the role of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in facilitating the transformation required for a more sustainable 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”…
Faith groups, health professionals, youth climate leaders and academics join Conservative MPs and former world leaders in urging UK to ramp up Paris Agreement target as
(...) A healthy and safe COVID-19 recovery requires that countries fully commit to investing and rebuilding for a sustainable future, one that protects us and our children from health crises driven by climate change and other human pressures on our environment. (...)
"When I first read about the possibility of a multibillion-dollar bailout of the oil and gas sector by the federal and Alberta governments, I was exhausted. I was exhausted from days of ER work, personal protective equipment drills, obsessive counting of ventilators...
Delegates from more than 190 countries are still talking at the COP25 climate summit in Madrid on how to include ambitious targets for cutting greenhouse gas emissions in a final document. Emissions have risen by 4 per cent since 2015, and cuts of more than 7% a year will be needed in the next decade to avoid dangerous temperatures rises.
The two-week-long climate negotiations, named COP25, undergoing in this Spanish capital was scheduled to conclude on Friday. But negotiators have been unable to arrive unanimously on commitments that would see nations to make new pledges by the end of 2020 despite endless rounds of negotiations and back-channel diplomacy.
GCHA Board member and founder of Australia’s Climate and Health Alliance, Fiona Armstrong RN, joins other scientists and experts to demand government of New South Wales, Australia include climate change when assessing impacts of proposed NSW coal mines.
Scientists and doctors unite in call to act on climate change to protect human health. “An environmental crisis is also a health crisis” is the stark message from health professionals keen to draw sharp attention to the health impacts of climate change around the world. Scientists and doctors might seem to be unlikely activists but…
Efforts to tackle climate change have faced three major setbacks, according to the UN. Saudi Arabia has continued to object to the IPCC scientific report that calls for urgent action on carbon emissions, meanwhile the EU….
Diseases popping up where they never have before, and physicians aren’t trained to combat them is just one way Canadians’ health is being impacted by climate change. GCHA board member Dr. Courtney Howard provides advice to a medical colleague.
Events threatens to hamper efforts to tackle climate change. Saudi Arabia objects to a key IPCC scientific report that urges drastic cuts in carbon emissions, EU fails to set net zero target, and…
Climate agreement negotiations are occurring today in Bonn, Germany. The Global Climate and Health Alliance are worried that the latest IPCC science will be ignored by some countries.