Press release

Health, a fossil fuel-free future, and reparations for loss and damage must be at the frontline of an equitable climate action – this is the resounding call of the health community from South East Asia to Member States and convenors of the 27th UNFCCC Conference of Parties (COP27) happening in Egypt this November, whose patients and surrounding communities are disproportionately impacted by the climate crisis.

November 07, 2022
In the news

On October 6, Health Care Without Harm will be featured in a U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Climate Change and Health Equity (OCCHE) webinar that will shine a light on solutions to create net zero, resilient health care from around the world.

Featuring representatives of the UN-backed global campaign Race to Zero, along with members of health care institutions participating in the campaign, this event will feature international perspectives on the innovative climate policies and strategies being implemented to transform the health care sector. 

September 29, 2022

On the International day of clean air for blue skies, Health Care Without Harm is sharing a dossier for health professionals on the impacts of air pollution on health. 

The dossier contains information compiled from various sources and aims to build the knowledge and capacity of health professionals. It highlights the importance of health professional advocacy around air pollution and provides useful tips that health professionals can adopt in their engagement on the issue.

September 07, 2022

These exciting new jobs are an opportunity to help shape the health sector’s decarbonization, sustainability and equity agenda in dozens of countries and at a global level. The ideal candidate will have the skills and drive to form relationships and coalitions that help drive transformational systems change. These positions are also an opportunity to work with an amazing, diverse, and committed team of people from every continent who make up Health Care Without Harm's Global Network.

May 03, 2022

The Global Climate and Health Alliance (GCHA) and the Latin American Center of Excellence in Climate Change and Health (CLIMA), in collaboration with the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), Salud sin Daño (Health Care Without Harm), the Lancet Regional Health - Americas, the Planetary Health Chilean Society (SoChiSap) and the Children's Environmental Health Committee of the Chilean Society of Pediatrics (SOCHIPE), are pleased to convene the presentation of the viewpoint article “Code Red for health response in Latin America and the Caribbean”, writte

April 11, 2022