On November 28 in Washington, D.C., the Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments (ANHE) and ecoAmerica’s Climate for Health program announced that five prominent nursing organizations have joined them as signatories of the new Nursing Collaborative on Climate Change and Health.
“We Are Still In” – that is the message that US states (along with cities, businesses, universities, and other organizations) delivered at the international climate negotiations in Bonn, Germany. The US Climate and Health Alliance was also there to share our work to mobilize health professionals to engage in state climate policy conversations and follow climate and health developments at the meeting.
Location: Conservation Garden Park, 8215 S 1300 W, West Jordan, UT 84088
Sponsor: Salt Lake County Health Department
More information: For more information, see the Save the Date below
Salt Lake County Health Department is holding a Climate Change and Health Symposium to bring together a diverse audience of health professionals, climate experts, and the general public to study and discuss the local health impacts of climate change. The symposium’s goal is to increase understanding of the public health issues climate change presents, and encourage discussion on how to build a healthier, more resilient community.