Why Health and Climate? Climate change is a public health issue and health professionals are leading on solutions.
What is Climate for Health? Climate for Health is a national initiative led by a diverse network of health leaders.
The training will empower and equip you to inspire your community, colleagues, the public, and policymakers to take action on climate change that makes a difference. Americans are growing more concerned about climate change. As they experience impacts to their health, livelihoods, and communities, they are increasingly looking for guidance on solutions from leaders in their daily lives — climate leaders like you.
ClimateRx helps you to protect your health in a changing climate by providing information, guidance, and ways to take action.
Moving Forward Guide
Guidance for health professionals across the country who want to lead on climate and need support to act.
Climate Solutions for Your Workplace
7 actions you can do to work towards climate solutions in your workplace.
Mental Health and our Changing Climate, 2021 Edition
A report on the impacts of climate change on Americans’ mental health that provides guidance and resources to act and advocate.
Let’s Talk Climate and Health: Communication Guidance
This guide synthesizes the latest academic research and message testing on climate communications…
Are Americans Making the Climate and Health Connection?
Climate change impacts – especially air pollution, severe storms, and disease-carrying insects – make Americans concerned for their health and safety.
News & Blogs
Join Us: National Health + Climate Forum
ecoAmerica’s column in the National Environmental Health Association’s Journal of Environmental Health, “Staying Cool in a Changing Climate: Caring for Health in Extreme Heat” by Nicole Hill, MPH, and Ben Fulgencio-Turner, MPP, CPH is now available in the July/August 2023 issue…
New Article in the Journal of Environmental Health, “Staying Cool in a Changing Climate: Caring for Health in Extreme Heat”Read more: New Article in the Journal of Environmental Health, “Staying Cool in a Changing Climate: Caring for Health in Extreme Heat”
Reduce Emissions: Let’s Use Public TransportRead more: Reduce Emissions: Let’s Use Public Transport
Let’s Talk Climate: From Classrooms to Climate Action: Mobilizing Student NursesRead more: Let’s Talk Climate: From Classrooms to Climate Action: Mobilizing Student Nurses