Below are some websites linking to resources you might find useful:
Royal Pharmaceutical Society has published their sustainability policies HERE and listed some calls & priorities for pharmacy teams.
Check out the case studies included for ideas to replicate in your own workplace!
On 16 March 2021, The Royal Society of Medicine launched a new 10-part series focusing on climate change. Whilst the world is currently in the grip of the worst health crisis in living memory, the growing climate change emergency poses a far greater threat to the health of humanity.
Greener Practice is a network of healthcare professionals empowering primary care to transition to environmentally sustainable healthcare. They aim to enable primary care to act on the climate and ecological emergency as it affects our work as healthcare professionals and the patients.
One Health Breakthrough Partnership (OHBP) brings together key regional and national stakeholders across the water, environment and healthcare sectors who are committed to addressing the environmental issue of pharmaceutical pollution.
The objective of the IPCC is to provide governments at all levels with scientific information that they can use to develop climate policies. IPCC reports are also a key input into international climate change negotiations. The IPCC is an organization of governments that are members of the United Nations or World Meteorological Organization.
Health Declares is founded by a group of health professionals from across the UK. They recognise that the climate and ecological crises are health emergencies requiring urgent action, and are committed to acting and advocating to protect planetary and human health.
Physio Declares are a group of physiotherapists, associates and student physiotherapists, formed in the aftermath of COP26 2021 and united in the recognition of a global climate and ecological emergency.
The UK Health Alliance on Climate Change brings together doctors, nurses and other HCPs to advocate for responses to climate change that protect and promote public health. The Alliance was formed in March 2016 to coordinate action, provide leadership and help amplify the voices of doctors, nurses and other HCPs across the UK.