Climate and Health Articles

Toolkit for Health Professionals on Communicating about Climate Change and Health

Climate change presents one of the most significant global health challenges, already negatively affecting communities worldwide. Communicating the health risks of climate change and the health benefits of climate solutions is both necessary and helpful. To support...

Effective Advocacy and Communication Strategies at the Intersection of Climate Change and Health

As the 28th United Nations Climate Change Conference of Parties (COP 28) begins in Dubai, we are pleased to release a new report, A Global Review of Research on Effective Advocacy and Communication Strategies at the Intersection of Climate Change and Health. To...

Medical Alert! Climate Change is Harming our Health

Most Americans are not aware of the health harms of climate change. A recent survey showed that most Americans have not considered how global warming might affect people’s health, and few (32%) can name a specific way in which climate change is harming our health. Few...

High risk U.S. policy on climate change

The British Medical Journal has published an editorial by Mason 4C Professor Mona Sarfaty titled High Risk US Policy on Climate Change. As a family medicine physician, a health policy expert, and now as Director of the Medical Society Consortium on Climate and Health,...

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