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Here's your update on last week's climate and health-related news.

Life always pulls us in different directions. Therefore, we must look for ways to balance our obligations with our interests. If we can do that, there's so much we can accomplish.

Catch up with last week's climate and health news right here!

ANHE members at the People's Climate March, April 29, 2017

Registration is now open for the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments (ANHE)’s Climate Change, Health, and Nursing: A Call to Action conference June 12-13 in Washington, D.C. The conference will provide an opportunity for nurses to learn more about what climate change means for health and how individuals nurses and organizations can come together to address this health crisis.

What's the news across the nation? We have got the information!

Sign from the People's Climate March on April 29, 2017

Saturday, April 29 brought some weird weather to Washington, D.C.: scorching, 90-degree temperatures. But for tens of thousands of dedicated people in the nation’s capital, the unseasonable heat seemed fitting for a People’s Climate March. 

 

Catching up on current events? We've got you covered.
 

Sandra Whitehead

Each month during 2017, the Climate for Health blog will publish a Q&A with one of our Climate Champions on how the American Public Health Association's Learning Institute inspired them and how they plan to integrate it into their work. Sandra Whitehead, director of program and partnership development for the National Environmental Health Association, is profiled here.

Climate change was front and center in the news this week, culminating in Earth Day and a March for Science in Washington, D.C. and other cities.

This week, ecoAmerica intern Matthew Mueller shares his personal and professional experiences with climate change and its intersection with health care.