US Climate and Health Alliance
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The US Climate and Health Alliance (USCHA) is a national network of health and public health practitioners and organizations dedicated to addressing the threat of climate change as a human and health crisis. USCHA is an affiliate of the Global Climate and Health Alliance.

The US Climate and Health Alliance connects health professionals in health care and public health from around the U.S. to:

  • Provide up-to-date resources for use in educating policy makers, colleagues, and community members about the impacts of climate change on health and health equity;
  • Share and network with others through conference calls and a listserv;
  • Identify opportunities for health professionals to impact climate change policies at all levels of government;
  • Link and collaborate with partners in other sectors and other nations.

The US Climate and Health Alliance is an all-volunteer organization. Members participate in quarterly calls, participate in workgroups, and share updates and information.

Please join us to leverage the health voice to support healthy and equitable climate solutions. By joining the US Climate and Health Alliance, you are signing on to the Alliance Statement of Principles.