Climate change is already causing profound harms to human health. Health professionals can make a critical difference by reframing and responding to climate change as the health emergency it is. If health professionals are to live by our tenet – “do no harm” – we must act.
Over the next two years, the team at Regeneration Midwest, in partnership with the Organic Consumers Association, will be executing an ambitious research agenda to build the evidence base about the health and health equity benefits of regenerative farming.
A recent study finds that informing people about the ways air pollution harms brain health effectively increases demand for clean energy across the political spectrum.
The immediate health risks and significant health impacts of climate change are felt by all, but not equally across all communities.
A library of up-to-date localized graphics on how climate change is impacting communities across the United States.
This toolkit consists of eight modules for health professionals and students in the health care and public health sectors who want to engage more directly on the issue of climate change as educators.