[Climate for Health] The voices of health professionals on climate solutions have been steadily rising and the health sector is stepping up to mitigate our own climate impact as an integral part of our commitment to improve human health.
There was an unprecedented health presence at the Global Climate Action Summit like never before seen at an international climate conference.
Leaders gathered at the Global Climate Action Summit Sept. 12-14 in San Francisco, where representatives from food service, health care, and cross-sector collaborations demonstrated how food action is climate action.
Health care has responded to the Global Climate Action Summit’s call to “take ambition to the next level” by committing to power 1,200 health facilities with 100 percent renewable electricity.
The University of California health system along with a group of dining providers serving 60 million meals annually have joined a cross-sector pledge to serve delicious food while slashing greenhouse gas emissions.