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We work with organisations whose work focuses on the relationship between climate change and health, and which have similar missions to protect and promote public and environmental health.

The Centre for Sustainable Healthcare is a charity supporting the NHS and other health systems to reach net zero carbon and wider sustainability through transformation of clinical specialties and green space programmes.

Doctors for Extinction Rebellion is a collective of doctors who undertake non-violent civil disobedience in support of Extinction Rebellion. Their approach is different from our own, but we share a common interest in protecting planetary health from the climate emergency.

Greener NHS is a unit within NHS England and Improvement set up to embed sustainability in the health and care system, as the health service works towards its target to become carbon neutral by 2040.

Health Care Without Harm Europe is an NGO that represents a large coalition of European health institutions that focus on transforming the sector’s environmental footprint, become a community anchor for sustainability, and a leader in the global movement for environmental health and justice.

Health Declares Climate and Ecological Emergency is a grassroots, voluntary group of health professionals and organisations informing and mobilising health workers to act and advocate on protecting planetary and human health.

Medact is a network for health workers to challenge the social, political and economic conditions which damage health and deepen health inequalities.

The Sustainable Healthcare Coalition is a healthcare industry led group that looks for the greatest opportunities to inspire sustainable practices in healthcare through the collaboration of its members.

The Global Climate and Health Alliance, of which UKHACC is a member, unites health and development organisations from around the world in a vision of an equitable, sustainable future, in which the health impacts of climate change are minimised and the co-benefits of mitigation maximised.