Planetary Health Initiatives

The Nurses Climate Challenge 

Scientists have said we have limited time to make major societal change to stop global warming/climate damage and the resulting extreme weather, coastal flooding, shifting disease patterns, pollution, food and water stresses1. As the nation’s most trusted profession and largest workforce, nurses and midwives can step up to reduce the environmental impact of healthcare2 and to prepare health systems3. Yale School of Nursing joins with environmental health colleagues4 to educate nurses and health professionals to address this challenge of our time.

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The 2020 Public Voices Fellowship on the Climate Crisis

The inaugural Public Voices Fellowship on the Climate Crisis. The goal of the project is to bring new, diverse voices into the national climate conversation via training in op-ed writing and thought leadership.

For more information visit: The Yale Program on Climate Change