Addressing Climate Change for Better Health 2

We are thrilled to announce the new ANHE Nurses’ Guide to What the Science Teaches Us about Common Solutions to Climate Change and Family Health Problems.

In this new guide learn why nurses are calling on all our policymakers to join us in taking strong action now to address climate change and improve our families’ and community health!

Read the full guide plus our expanded reference list below or download here.


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2 thoughts on “Addressing Climate Change for Better Health

  • Nancy Kriofsky

    I am a member of Wisconsin Health Professionals for Climate Action and our committee is about to set up meetings with State Legislators to convince them to take action with legislation to address climate change in our State. I will use the information you have provided to aid in convincing Legislators to take action.
    Thank you,
    Nancy Kriofsky RN

  • Stephanie Smith

    Climate change is crucial to human health as it relates to Healthy Environments. There is overwhelming scientific evidence that the gases and various practices and products by humans have a significant impact on our environment. Evidence was also established with the current coronavirus pandemic. Scientist showed just how much gas emissions decreased by 7% for the year 2020 during the stay at home orders. However, during April (peak of stay at home) gas emissions dropped by 17%. The increase in the carbon emissions facilitates in heating up the earth and causing natural disasters such as wildfires and hurricanes. Please think about human health and the generations after us that will need to survive on this Earth.