Establishing a new climate solutions committee is an effective route to promoting participation among staff, patients, and the community. A properly functioning group will serve as a source of inspiration and ideas, and provide you with an invaluable network of advice and support as you travel along the Path to Positive.
Climate for Health offers a guide, below, including tips and ideas for how to build a climate solutions committee. Included are ideas for engaging a committee, suggested responsibilities, and tips for keeping them involved.
Once your committee is up and running, our tips and tools will help you develop a roadmap, set goals and identify “Green Light” projects for you and your committee to act on.
And because you can’t manage what you don’t measure, check out Practice GreenHealth’s invaluable Baseline Assessment tool, which helps you develop a sustainability baseline, track progress, and benchmark performance.